Christine Malek is primarily a woman’s confidence coach but she has expertise in various other niches of coaching. She’s not just a coach but also a speaker, international advocate for women against abuse and domestic violence, woman’s confidence coach, author, podcast guest pro, and founder, alumni, and graduate of the SASSI Academy.
Christine is the ultimate life coach package for women. She works with women who feel as if they have reached a turning point in their lives – it might be that you are quitting the work, returning to the employment after a long break or even altering their professional ambitions, it could also be that you are getting married or getting divorced along with many other life events. Christine helps women realize their self-worth and encourages them to move forward with their life through different methods and tactics. Victims of abuse are often in search of their lost selves and Christine makes their life a bit easier by leading them to that track that helps them find their true and authentic voice. Bringing in increased self-esteem in women and opening up doors to let happiness in is Christine’s expertise.
Christine Malek is also an advocate for victims of abuse. It is a challenging and rewarding job but with Christine’s solid foundation in interpersonal communication and previous expertise in crisis management, her clients are able to see real progress in their lives. Victims of domestic abuse have the right to feel protected and to have their voices heard. They may have to go through dramatic experiences as a result of the abuse that will have both short-term and long-term impacts on their physical and mental health. Advocates for victims like Christine Malek come in to provide individuals who are in need of trustworthy confidants and services when it seems as if they have nowhere else to go.
In order to successfully explore the legal system, demand justice, and begin the healing process, victims of domestic violence need access to information that might save their lives as well as emotionally support them. Because of this, advocates for victims of domestic abuse are a very useful resource. These trained advocates work to ensure that victims have the support and resources they require to deal with their experiences and go ahead with their lives as survivors.
The journey Christine Malek has been on and the objective she wants to fulfill as a women’s confidence coach is to assist people who are mired in a rut in their lives. She aims to inspire people with whom she works by letting them know that there is a life to be lived, regardless of their past or the point at which they find themselves stuck in life. By tackling one aspect at a time, she assists her clients in determining the core problems they face and working through solutions to those problems.
She is also a motivational speaker and has assisted women to get a better and healthier mentality by using the phrase “Be, Do, Have SASSI; Where we Ruffle Some Feathers & Blow Some Minds!” in her presentations.