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Claudia Mackenzie-Krysko attended both Saint Petersburg College and City University of New York. She was member of Phi Theta Kappa International Scholastic Order and awarded an Applied Technology diploma as an Associate Addiction Professional.


In 2015, Claudia was certified at the Law of Attraction Life Coach Academy in Los Angeles, California, where she trained under Melanie and Anthony Clark, who are most notably known as “The Amazing Clarks” and the relationship therapists for the television show “Dr. Drew Life Changers.” Additionally, Claudia received the Substitute Teacher of the Year Award for the 2014-2015 academic school year at Sandy Lane Elementary School, which is a Title 1 school for underserved children in Pinellas County, the county with the highest population density in Florida.

In 2017, Claudia attended and completed the workshop Conflict Resolution in the Workplace at the School for Continuing Studies, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

In 2019, Claudia completed an intensive training program with the International End of Life Doula Association (INELDA). She views serving terminally ill clients and their families as one of the biggest blessings of her life.


Claudia has dedicated her life to helping people reach their goals and also become the best they can be. She prides on her diverse clientele, from hard-working moms, to actresses, professional athletes, and politicians. She is not afraid to step outside her comfort zone. Most recently, she came face to face with a white-faced monkey in a Costa Rican rainforest, caught a 30lb tarpon on 6lb test in the Florida Keys, and survived the Thurston lava tube and Kilauea Iki crater trail on the Big Island of Hawaii. Along with her husband, Claudia has published multiple peer-reviewed scientific papers as well as a children’s book - The Adventures of Granville: Coming to America - which has been read in Sandy Lane Elementary School in Florida, Cartersville Elementary School in Georgia, and Indian Island School on the Penobscot Reservation in Maine.  A sequel to this has been submitted for publication.  

the team

For Your Best and Highest Good

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