Our Coaching Relationship

Our agreement will be to look to this time as sacred – to rest, restore and evolve.

My approach is client centered, meaning there is an eb and flow with your direct experience, in the moment. Also, my experience has shown that a 6 to 8 session progression is most supportive of integrated change, especially  when coaching and working with those affected by trauma and debilitating anxiety. This includes intermittent text support during that time as well. This time commitment allows for an evolution and building a strong foundation to support each client’s individual goals, desires, and needs.

I am also happy to consider whatever variation suits each client.

Email me to arrange a 15 minute call : www.sfatse@gmail.com


Step 1

Email me at sfatse@gmail.com to set up a time for a brief consult. During that call we will assess if we are a comfortable fit. There is no cost for this. If you decide to move ahead we can book an intake appointment, or you can reach out when you are ready. Once booked, you will receive an information packet with an intake questionnaire.

Step 2

Within your 90 min intake session we will discuss goals, explore your inner landscape, and you’ll be introduced to somatic practices which will leave you feeling more informed, rested, and empowered to move forward. You will be offered options to continue working together and choose what option feels best.
Fee for extened intake session is $150

Step 3

Choose a fee option and book your in-person or virtual appoinments.

1/60 min session at a time $150
3/60 min sessions @ $140 (Total $420)          
6/60 min sessions @ $130 (Total $780)

Via Venmo @Sheryl-Fatse or PayPal @SherylFatse.  (In some cases fee’s may apply.) 


Some FAQ’s:

Is insurance accepted? All services are self pay.

Do purchased sessions expire? Sessions must be used within one year of purchase.

Are sessions in person or virtual? Both. Depending on your location you can book virtual and in person sessions, or a combination.

What do I need to participate virtually? You will need a good internet connection; a laptop, or tablet with a camera; A private, space where you can move around and lay down with access to a wall or a door surface; A yoga or exercise mat,  paper, pen and optional crayons or color markers.

Do you offer scholarships or a sliding fee scale? Need based scholarships are available. To apply email request to sfatse@gmail.com.

Is this “clinical” therapy? Sheryl Fatse is a certified coach, and coaching support is not meant to be a substitute for psychological counseling or medical advice.



* These are holistic therapies which fully support traditional counseling.

What is Yoga Nidra?

Yoga Nidra means yogic rest or sleep. It is an ancient  practice intended to induce full-body relaxation and a deep meditative state of consciousness. Yoga Nidra is a systematic method of complete relaxation, holistically addressing our physiological, neurological, and subconscious needs. 

A trained Yoga Nidra teacher uses a variety of techniques—including imagery and body scanning —to aid relaxation. Usually practiced reclining comfortably in savasana posture, Yoga Nidra allows time for the client/practitioner to physiologically and psychologically sink into it—at least 20 to 45 minutes. The session begins by quieting the overactive conscious mind, then moves into a meditative state, gradually finding a state of ultimate harmony, in which the brain waves slow down opening to the power of positive intention – and a subtle euphoria emerges.

Though most may not slip easily into the more advanced stages in the first practice, they still tend to emerge feeling deeply rested and rejuvenated and many times delighted by their inner journey.   No experience is required for this practice and there is no way to do it wrong. When experienced regularly, this “rest medicine” uniquely unwinds the nervous system, which is the foundation of the body’s well-being.

What is Yoga for Embodiment?

(TSTSY) Trauma Sensitive Yoga or yoga for embodiment  is an evidence-based somatic practice for those affected by trauma, traumatic stress, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other emotional conditions including anxiety and depression.

It is based on central components of hatha yoga, where participants practice a series of physical forms and movements, without the need to “get it right”. Instead, elements of traditional hatha yoga are modified to build the experiences of empowerment and agency and to cultivate a more positive relationship to one’s body. 

This practice for embodiment is unlike many public yoga classes. It is highly invitational and there is  no physical, hands-on adjustments to influence a participant’s physical form. Rather, TCTSY presents opportunities for participants to be in charge of themselves based on a felt sense of their own body.

Students connect with the sensations in their bodies, increase feelings of empowerment , rebuild and strengthen relationship to self and others remain in the present moment

What is Somatic IFS or Parts-work?

Somatic Parts Work integrates the methodology of Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) and other trauma-informed models to support you in healing underlying past trauma and pain. IFS is grounded on the idea that our inner world consists of a system made up of various “Parts” (sometimes considered inner children or sub-personalities). In an attempt to protect us from pain, our parts may conflict with each other and act in unhelpful ways. Somatic Parts Work helps us to work with these parts in order to experience greater internal harmony and cohesion.

Somatic Parts Work will help you understand more about what holds you back from creating the life you want, transform stuck parts of yourself into inner resources of strength, love, and freedom, remove barriers in your relationships, and gain a deeper understanding of yourself and others.

Additional Resources

Coming soon.

You can start your journey with Sheryl here...