Mary Claire ONeal Licensed Heart Math Trainer and Coach
Mary Claire O'Neal
 (U.S.) +1 (859) 272-2515
HeartMath® Certified Trainer and Coach
Author and Keynote Speaker
Transform your stress
and build mental and emotional resilience.
Reduce overwhelm and stress
Enhance problem-solving and communication
Build self-regulation skills
Increase positivity and performance
Improve personal and professional relationships
Enhance creativity and inspiration
Increase renewing sleep
Improve health and well-being
Increase energy and vitality
Become  who you truly are by replacing the patterns and habits
of who you are not.
  1. 1
    The Resilience Advantage™
    Skills for Personal and Professional Effectiveness: A one day or two day workshop format that offers a framework of evidence-based, self-regulation tools and resilience-building practices that result in better decision-making, enhanced well-being, and better professional and personal relationships. The two-day workshop includes advanced techniques.
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    Resilience Advantage™ Primer
    Learn basic HeartMath® science-based tools and techniques to transform stress and shift into a more balanced and composed state even during times of chaos and challenge. Techniques learned will help reduce stress and anxiety, develop self-regulation skills and build mental and emotional resilience.
  3. 3
    Resilience Coaching
    In personal sessions or small groups, learn principles and techniques to increase your internal awareness and develop more self-empowerment skills to better meet life's challenges with resilience and more ease, grace and wisdom.

"As a speaker, consultant and effective communicator, Mary Claire is unparalleled. Whether before a large audience, in a small meeting, or one-on-one coaching session, she has the ability to connect with people in a dynamic, engaging and insightful way which communicates her message with the utmost effect. Mary Claire's presentations mirror the joyful and spirit-filled approach she takes to the world,
and she shows how we can create that in our lives."
Paul Sanders, Journalist, Columnist, Former Corporate CEO