Jesus-lover, Farm-wife, Creative Soul, Pod-caster, Author, Speaker, Family Caregiver Supporter, Web Solution Specialist, Certified Professional Life & Leadership Coach
A parent’s diminishing independence and increased need means your support is irreplaceable.
As an experienced caregiver and certified coach, I welcome the opportunity to keep you encouraged and to be a resource for you as you learn how to provide support and walk with your parent through this season!
Private coaching, workshops and support groups are just some of the ways we can connect.
Partnering together to craft a website you love that attracts clients you love.
A professional looking website with your message is a must in business today. Partnering together we can design a uniquely YOU website that will allow your clients/customers get to know you before they even reach out.
Techie tasks can be a hassle for some to keep up. I love these tasks. Let me save you time and stress by taking care of it for you.
Maintaining HOPE in the midst of the difficulties of life can be difficult.
Rayna’s exclusive Take Heart process can help you find your HOPE again! While coaching together you will take the steps needed to imagine what life beyond this difficult season can look like, develop a plan to have the life you imagine, walk out a plan with support and accountability.
Finally, you will learn to live with HOPE and Happiness again!
Available in bookstores in June of 2021 but you can Pre-Order NOW!
No Regrets: Hope for Your Caregiving Season shares Rayna Neises’ personal heart-warming stories and practical suggestions for journeying through one’s caregiving season.
The healthy integration of caring for an aging parent requires being able to walk them all the way to the end of their life while still having a life to walk back into. No Regrets helps caregivers consider how being intentional in their season of caring will allow them to care for their loved one well while at the same time not losing themselves in the caring.
I have spent 20 years in education. I have been a public, private and parochial school teacher. I also worked for a for-profit supplemental education network, eventually partnering with my dad to become a small business owner of an Educational Services franchise.
I met and married my farmer, which took me to the farm and away from my franchise. That is when I found coaching. I completed my training at Professional Christian Coaching Institute and opened a coaching practice.
I love coaching, helping people make the changes in their life to experience true Hope and Peace in their life.
Being a creative soul I also enjoy using technology to help others to share their message with the world. You can learn more about that below as well,
My husband and I live on a farm in southeast Kansas with our 3 dogs. We raise wheat, corn, soybeans and alfalfa.
Family is an important part of life. We have 7 grand kids and 4 adult kids and 3 kid-in-laws.
My experience with different seasons in life and the deep desire to find where God had me to serve in each season of my life has prepared me to walk with you and help you move through this season in your life.
ICF Credential-holders are part of a self-regulating group of elite coaches who provide accountability to clients and the coaching profession as a whole. They pursue and complete rigorous education and practice requirements that provide unquestioned legitimacy to their commitment to excellence in coaching.
“Raising the Standard”, a double-entendre on raising high the royal standard of Christ and raising the professional standard of coaching skill for Christians practicing life coaching.
Program Coordinator & Online Support Group Facilitator
Monthly Support Group for Family Caregivers and presentations for the local parishes in the Wichita Diocese.
Online support group is available at 10 am Tuesday and Thursdays. Sign up to be a part at www. NourishforCaregivers.com .
A faith-based program designed to meet the practical, emotional and spiritual needs of Family Caregivers.
Free Presentations helping the community better understand Alzheimer’s disease and how the Alzheimer’s Association supports families and research.