DENVER, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, May 20, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Samantha Ruth does many inspiring things, such as coach people through losses or transitions and provide therapy as a licensed psychologist. She does it all with brilliant enthusiasm, positive messages and the empathetic tale of her own life, and that is what really makes her stand out. Samantha Ruth’s thinking and holistic approach are so distinct she even refers to her technique as The Ruthology Method, and just rebuilt her corporate identity to better reflect her great name. She will be debuting a brand-new website that reflects her transformations—as well as those she created for clients to move on from a painful place.
Turning Pain into Power has become a trademark for this wonderful therapist and coach. Recently, she was saluted by P.O.W.E.R. (the Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized) for her accomplishments. While it is not Samantha’s style to pat herself on the back, she admits it was exciting to be recognized, and see her face shining down on New York City when she was showcased above the Reuter’s billboard in Times Square.
Much of Samantha’s liveliness comes on the heels of a recent experience with Jack Canfield—acclaimed corporate trainer, motivational speaker, entrepreneur and best-selling author. Already certified in Canfield’s Success Principles, Samantha is continuing her training through his exclusive Live Program. This will give her certification in The Canfield Methodology and expand both her skills and upcoming speaking engagements.
Through Canfield, Samantha was also able to network with other influencers who help women access their brilliance and use it to impact the world, such as Kate Butler. Samantha is co-author of book 5 in Kate’s series Women Who Illuminate, and also co-author of another book called Permission Granted. These works will focus on topics like grief, loss, healing, and how to give yourself permission to feel how you feel (as opposed to meeting some societal standard.) Samantha says this is crucial for women, who are often asked to suppress their needs and feelings. She remembers being a young athlete and told to just shake it off after a loss, but realizes now how important it is to feel deeply and go through your pain.
What Samantha has lived through, including health dramas, lost love and even anxiety, makes her very relatable to clients. She is proud to maintain relationships with clients long after their transformations were complete. Samantha is also known for developing landmark programs and created one called Zero is Not a Size back in Michigan. When she first moved to Colorado, she watched clients struggle and empathized. Together, they lived by the motto Never Give Up, and kept pressing forward. Today that is still a thought central in her mind, but as she keeps on growing, she wants to just be me. Samantha reminds people to celebrate their uniqueness and find the lessons in their pain. This is particularly helpful in May, Mental Health Month, and we’ll learn more as the series unfolds in June and July.
CUTV News Radio will feature Samantha Ruth in interviews with Jim Masters on Wednesdays at 2:00pm on May 22nd and 29th and June 5th and 12th
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Source: EIN Presswire