Connect with God using Spiritual Coaching

Terri Amos-Britt, a spiritual coach, energetic healer, speaker, former TV host, award-winning author of The Enlightened Mom and Miss USA 1982, is bringing her coaching practice to Skin-Deep Wellness Centre, in Destin.

Amos-Britt has been coaching people around the world for more than a decade to create a deeper connection to God. She is the founder of and its parent company, Enlightened Family Institute, Inc., and has been a featured speaker on global tele-summits with Jack Canfield, Marianne Williamson, Rev. Michael Beckwith, Dr. John Gray and Marci Shimoff.

She says, “I love helping people create more peace, joy, playfulness and love in all areas of their lives. It was only through intense training and learning to release the subconscious beliefs in my mind that told me I wasn’t worthy of God’s love that I began to create a deep, joyful connection. My mission is to teach people the tools that helped me shift, so they feel empowered to open up to God’s guidance and love every day.”

Coaching is conducted by appointment in person or via phone. For more information, call 850-654-9946.

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