Your Mental Wellness Matters​

Why does our mental health matter so much?
Well, because mental health includes our psychological, emotional and social well-being.
Mental health affects how we feel, think and behave.

Most of us are aware of our physical health and will make time to exercise or go on diets.
If we took the same approach to our mental health, we would understand so much about
ourselves and learn ways to cope with stress, anxiety, depression, challenging relationships and trauma.


Too many of us women struggle with self-love, low self-esteem/confidence, don’t feel like we are enough or measure up, don’t feel worthy, constantly comparing ourselves with other women, are critical about our bodies, and don’t make time for self-care. We give so much to others but never to ourselves. I could go on…
I am here to support you and help you change the way you view yourself, so you can realize how worthy you are, capable of loving and having a positive relationship with yourself.




I am excited to announce my upcoming guided journal. As a passionate supporter of journaling, I believe that it provides a secure place for us to delve into our thoughts, emotions and feelings. The prompts included in this journal are designed to guide you in reflecting and exploring yourself more deeply.

“I’ve been working with Tajah while navigating a difficult divorce. I had no idea how toxic my spouse had become, and how much I’d lost myself in the relationship. Tajah has helped me gain more self-confidence and a new perspective on how to handle life’s curveballs without completely losing myself again. I appreciate her never-ending patience and her supportive way of helping me come to the answers of my own questions. I always feel better after my time with her, and would absolutely recommend her to anyone who needs/wants a person to help them get back, and stay, on track to being their best selves.
K. Scrudato

I am so happy to have found Tajah!
She is authentic and inspiring. When I'm feeling lost, confused, sad or feeling
out of alignment,I remember Tajah's teachings
and I am able to bounce back. She is fun and a great listener. She has helped me realize my greatness and has given me more confidence. I cannot say enough great things about this incredible woman. I highly recommend booking a session with Tajah. She will leave you with a new outlook on life, feeling empowered and ready to take on the day. B.Cheylnn Canada

You Have A Purpose In Life.

Understanding yourself

Sometimes you can have so many questions about yourself but not finding the answer. These prompts can help you understand yourself in ways you never thought about.

Becoming comfortable with yourself

Writing about your trauma can seem scary but doing so is another way of healing and becoming comfortable with who you are and the experiences that have happened. If some prompts raise uncomfortable feelings/thoughts/emotions sit with or come back to them later. There is no rush!

New Perspective

After spending time with this journal, you will feel a sense of growth and new perspective on yourself and the world around you.

Therapy at your fingertips.

What is journaling!?
In a short phrase, journaling is that safe, non-judgmental space, where you can freely explore your mind and get to know yourself on a much deeper level.