Embracing Life After Divorce with Juliana Wexler
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About the Event
Juliana was raised in San Diego by two psychologists trying to understand her every move. Always fascinated by how systems work, she folded a pre-med education into her own customized major that evaluated the disparities and inequities in the U.S. healthcare system. Professionally, her 20s took her to Manhattan, where she worked her way up and out of various healthcare startups. Personally, her 20s were a time of trying to fit into a mold of a person that she desperately wanted to be.
However, at 30, she realized all the ways the people and systems around her, paired with her own limiting beliefs, kept her small and confined. Suddenly divorced at 30, she found herself deeply questioning every aspect of her life. It was through the dismantling of all aspects of the life she had previously built that she began the process of coming home to herself.
She is the founder of Parama, where she guides individuals and companies in compassionate navigation of transitions, difficult conversations, and negotiations. She helps foster improved communication and the building of reciprocal relationships with her “Conscious Confrontation” method.