As trauma and family therapists, we saw our community suffer from a lack of resources that provided needed self-reflection and solutions for growth. We saw true potential being limited and how this barrier had negative generational impacts via lower salaries, relationship conflicts, and overall unhappiness. After countless hours of research, we realized there was little to no services that addressed these issues holistically. Using our years of experience and vast knowledge, as PhD candidates, we worked vigorously to develop a model that served these needs. By using cognitive behavioral therapy principles, we reframed experiences for our clients in a way that allowed them to process information differently which subsequently changed the pathway their neurons took. By doing this, we quickly helped our clients skyrocket to new levels of success at work, at home, and in the community.