About

Carey On… is the intentional outcome of a lifelong passion for education, invisible disabilities, empowerment, and leaving the world better than I found it. I work with individuals, parents, teachers, students, entrepreneurs, institutions, and businesses to provide a customized educational experience. My work is unique and dynamic, because it evolves as a product of the client’s vision, goals, and ultimate mission.

Check Out Where Regina Is Next!

CONVENIENCE

Meeting is made easy, offering in-person, phone, text, Skype or email communications


ASSESSMENT

Informal discussion helps determine issues interfering with progress


TAKE ACTION

Action Plans are developed, putting strategies to work


PERSONALIZE

Customized and strength-based approach is based on individual needs


COMMUNICATE

Supportive contact is maintained throughout service period


UPLIFT

Connect on Linkedin, Facebook or Twitter for daily inspiration and Community Events


Services

  • Personal coaching
  • Job coaching
  • Motivational Speaking
  • Customized education
  • Specialized organization for people with ADD
  • Personalized mailings and blog feeds
  • Collaboration and Advocacy
  • Women’s Coaching Groups


The Carey On Way


Coaching. Consulting. Collaborating. Caring.

The goal of my work is to educate and empower those who are struggling with life events. Whether through teaching clients about their brilliant brains or teaching companies how to work with out-of-the-box thinkers, I customize my approach to meet the needs of those who enlist my services. The work focuses on MOVING FORWARD, using positive feedback and embracing all that comes with the journey.


Coaching – My focus is working with adults with Invisible Disabilities and Women Empowerment. Through professional, personal, and group coaching, we work together toward goals and dreams. I hold the visions of my clients, remind them of what’s important to them, and celebrate their successes!

Consulting – My experience as a consultant ranges from educational presentations for corporations, institutions, and agencies to observations and recommendations in schools and workplace environments to improve efficiency and sensitivity about Invisible Disabilities.

Collaborating – Much of my work involves connecting with other professionals to improve client services. Non-profit organizations, therapists, teachers, parents, organizers, and social workers are some of the collaborative relationships I have built over the course of my 25-year career.

Caring – The ultimate goal of my work is to care for and empower the people with whom I work. Through personal contact, text messages, email support, and weekly blogging, I make connections both meaningful and immediate.

  • For me today was very motivating — the group connections and, Reg, your creative coaching and information. Thanks to all.

  • Have fairly recently changed work structures and haven’t yet built support systems that fit new location and schedule. Family is some distance away. Having this community in addition to local one seems to be evolving into a practical, mutually supportive and informative network. I’m grateful and glad to be a participant.

  • So much good in such a short time.  You are truly amazing at what you do Regina.  ~ Catherine

  • I wanted to tell you all how inspiring you are and how much I have enjoyed the energy of these meetings with you. My goals to organize and share my work have set me on quite the adventure and your encouragement and ideas have helped me a lot! ~ Melissa

  • After 2 years searching, 15+ interviews, being 45+ years in age, it actually happened – I found my dream job! Thank you for the opportunity to complete my first storyboard.  I had never done one before.  I think it was just the type of positive affirmation I needed.  ~ Bethany

  • Thank you for including me! I was touched by what the other women shared. So many of us feel very similar at what I think of as a transitional time in life — what most people call “middle age”. Our children are growing up and moving on, the roles we have with our parents is starting to reverse, and we are reflective about what we want our legacy to be to the world. Just hearing that many women share my thoughts, questions, excitement, and fear about “what’s next” touched me.

  • You rocked today, Sister! What an incredible turn out! Thought everything went fabulous and loved everything you said and the beautiful messages you were giving us. Thank you so much for taking the time and energy to do this for us women! You are a wonderful gift to this world! Enjoy your weekend! ?

  • I am taking your suggestions seriously and am avoiding “just” and “fine.”

  • Your workshop was uplifting and enjoyable. Thanks again!
    ~ Karen
  • What a lovely first meeting – wonderful people and so varied in experience!

  • This discussion is just what I needed during this phase in my life – a time of evolution and redefining my purpose. I’m all ears, spirit and hope!
    -Connie
  • Hearing other people talk about their issues and being able to bounce ideas off each other was the most beneficial piece of the process for me!

  • Every woman is so inspiring!

  • I loved experiencing the room full of “Woman Power” and being a part of it!

  • I loved the support and great ideas that I got from a group of people with varied backgrounds. Also, knowing that I was going to meet with them the next week gave me incentive to get some of the things done that we had talked about.

  • With her compassionate, individualized and holistic coaching, Regina helped me manage my ADD symptoms and keep moving forward in my graduate studies through serious health issues, an abusive marriage, subsequent divorce, and a move overseas.  She helped me work through many major life decisions with unconditional encouragement and a treasure chest of tips, systems, and resources.  I would say that she saved me, although Regina would probably give me all the credit, which is exactly what makes her a great coach!  She never stopped believing in me, and because of her coaching, I’m making great progress in believing in myself too.  Thank you Regina!
    ~ Hanna
  • Thank you for all of your support and your example of a life lived fearlessly! ~ Melissa