It's Time to Embrace Wholeness.
If you want to help yourself, but need a gentle nudge in the right direction, you've come to the right place.
I know just how lonely a life fear, shame, and guilt can feel. I am passionate about helping you feel seen, heard, and loved.
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What They Say about Coaching
"Sometimes we're so deep into our state of drowning that we can't see where to go for air. My conversation with Steve was the guiding light to give direction to the surface. I recommend this to anyone swept away by the current of an overwhelming situation or life."
"I always want to be seen and heard, to feel less crazy. I always need to feel like I my biggest dreams are possible, like I can tackle whatever comes my way. And I always need practical steps, broken into small chunks, so I can see what needs to be done to achieve my goal. Somehow, Steve Austin manages to do all three things, which is why he is an amazing wellness coach."
"I have greatly enjoyed my discussions with Steve and am grateful for his strength, positivity, and encouragement. While he always comes with a plan for our sessions, I appreciate his ability to adjust to the needs of the client and ask the sort of questions that enable thought and growth. Every penny and hour was worth it—I cannot recommend Steve’s work highly enough..."
"Before I contacted Steve for help I felt frustrated and blocked. After working with him I knew how to conquer my fears. Steve is a warm and caring person who will guide you to the best version of you."
Slow Down and Catch Your Breath
I help hurting people find an integrated approach to wholeness, including mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness. Deconstructing your faith due to sexuality, mental health, or shame? Let's talk.
About the Author
Steve Austin is a writer, coach, podcaster, and former pastor whose work has been featured in USA Today, Huffington Post, Relevant, and other outlets.
Austin nearly died by suicide after secretly suffering from depression, anxiety, and PTSD, and he has become a leading voice at the intersection of faith and mental health.
Austin resides in Birmingham, Alabama, with his wife and two kids, and he loves all things peanut butter and chocolate.
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