•  Navigation
/
    • As a certified Team Clock Consultant, Aline works with world class businesses and organizations to optimize team performance by breaking the cycles of struggle, diagnosing opportunities for growth, creating accountability for healthy team behavior, igniting innovation, and connecting changes in team effectiveness to measurable business results.

      Learn More

    • Hypnotherapy is the practice of psychotherapy while a client is under hypnosis. It is one of the world's oldest sciences and has been affirmed as a valuable modern medical practice by both the British and American Medical Associations since the 1950's. Aline is a graduate of the Wellness Institute in Seattle's Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy Program. 

      Learn more

    • Life/Career Coaching and Integrative Psychotherapy to help you make and keep personal and professional changes, fulfill your potential, improve your health, and THRIVE instead of just survive! Aline is also a certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor and bilingual in English/Spanish. She is based in Chicago and Elmhurst, Illinois.

      Learn More

    • EFT is a powerful self help technique that can dramatically reduce the emotional distress related to events and triggers and is listed under APA guidelines for evidence based, clinical practice in the treatment of PTSD, anxiety and phobias. Learn how to use EFT to achieve impressive results for physical, emotional, and performance issues!

      Contact Me

    • “Aline's focus and goal oriented drive is most impressive. I highly recommend her as a professional resource for reaching your target market.” - Bill Knox, Telecom for Business

      “Aline brings a rare combination of warmth and professionalism to her consulting endeavors. I have repeatedly witnessed facilitation environments wherein she’s disarmed potentially conflicting personalities and brought all parties concerned to mutually beneficial, win-win, previously unseen possibilities. Aline is a cross-cultural solutions-creator par excellence; highly recommended.” - Mike Morrell, Writer and Consultant.

      "Our organization has enjoyed the benefit of Aline’s coaching throughout the past year. Initially engaged to consult strategically during a time of rapid business growth, Aline’s contribution has provided unexpected value in anchoring the team’s mission and values. As a result, we have been able to move forward with clarity and purpose as we’ve added people, space, and client activity at a fast pace. I comfortably recommend Aline’s coaching and consultation skills for any organization seeking to strengthen their culture or any leader wanting to manage change effectively." Steve Ritter, Managing Director at Midwest Institute & Center for Workplace Innovation, LLC

    • Elegant Solutions through Collaborative Problem Solving

      Two people were studying in a small, stuffy room in a university library. One person wanted the window open, one person wanted it closed. Instead of focusing on solutions, (whether the window would be opened or closed) they concentrated on needs and resolved the problem by coming up with another alternative- opening a window in the next room. This provided fresh air for the person who wanted it

      Read more

      1 of page 15

    • Listening 101

      Hearing + suspenseful waiting = Listening  “True human sincerity, true transparency…is a rare and difficult thing; and so much of it depends on the person who is listening to us! When it comes our turn to listen, which of these are we?       Effective listening involves three main skills: Paying Attention, Following, and Reflecting. Attention is to listen with your whole body.

      Read more

      2 of page 15

    • The Stages of Emotional Liberation

      What other people say or do may be a stimulus for our feelings, but never the cause. Whenever someone communicates negatively, we have four options: blame ourselves blame others sense our own feelings and needs sense the feelings and needs hidden in the other’s negative message Judgments, criticisms, diagnoses and interpretations of others are all alienated expressions of

      Read more

      2 of page 15