My name is Evelyn Hale, and 14 years ago I decided to Heal. I’m a survivor of sexual and emotional abuse, and for years I ran from, and was dominated by that trauma. I drove myself in my career, did 10 years of talk therapy, and hit my breaking point in 2017. I was so depleted, burnt out, and racked with autoimmune disease that I couldn’t even care for my 18 month old son. In that moment I had no choice but to surrender, to honor what was trapped in my body, and ultimately to take responsibility for healing my trauma. I left my career, sought out coaches and healers, and ultimately re-defined my relationship with myself, and with my trauma, so that I could finally heal. Today I help other women who are ready to honor themselves, to create rebirth in their marriage, and to heal their trauma for good. If you’re ready to move past what’s been haunting you, then I’d love to have a conversation with you. The tools, the strength, and the peace you need are all inside you. My mission is to help you find them.
Speaker - As well as being a co-host of The Insatiable Woman Podcast, Evelyn Hale is a sought-after speaker who has spoken at conferences, corporate trainings, and on podcasts about childhood trauma, relationships, and humanitarian issues ranging from poverty reduction, healthcare reform, systems-change, and more.
Coach - As a trauma-informed Relationship Coach, Evelyn is a no-holds-barred advocate for her client's highest-self to emerge out of the cocoon of darkness, shadows, and shame. She stops at nothing to ensure her clients achieve success in their relationship with themselves and those around them.
Teacher - A lifelong student herself, Evelyn approaches any group or class with the same curiosity and open-mindedness. She has taught on a wide range of topics from embodiment, childhood trauma, nervous system healing, codependency, masculine and feminine energy, autoimmune healing, and relationship healing, among many others.
Mother - As a proud mother to her son, Evelyn sees the parenting journey as an opportunity to end generational trauma for her lineage and instill new life skills and resilience for the future generations. She enjoys exploring, creating, and laughing with her son every day.