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Leticia Perez

Allow me to introduce myself. Depending on the context, I go by different names. My family of origin affectionately calls me Leti, while others refer to me as Tish—an adaptation that emerged from the challenge some faced in recalling Leticia. My formal introduction these days, Leticia Perez, The Soul Care Coach.

 

In addition to my role as the Soul Care Coach, I've embraced the journey of wifehood since 1986. Motherhood was another significant facet of my life.  My four kiddos are now adult children—two sons and two daughters. Along the way, I've also stepped into the role of a mother-in-law, welcoming two sons-in-law and a daughter-in-law.

 

In my multifaceted identity, I highlighted the various names by which I'm known. In 2019, a new chapter began as I joyfully embraced the title of abuela (grandmother). Now, I am affectionately called Lala by beautiful grandbabies.

 

Regardless of the name used, my unwavering commitment to people remains constant. No matter how bleak a person's circumstances may appear, my passion is to sow seeds of hope, even if it's just a glimmer. Guiding individuals toward freedom from a life of complacency to one of pursuing dreams and passions propels my purpose.

My Journey to Becoming the Soul Care Coach

 

Three decades ago, my educational journey commenced at Bible college, uncertain about where this path would ultimately lead. Despite completing my initial two years, life circumstances led to a detour spanning 30 years.

In 2016, the road circled back, I returned to school, culminating in a significant milestone in 2019. I proudly achieved a B.A. in Theology and a M.A. in Biblical Counseling.   An academic accomplishment!

Simultaneously in 2016, I embarked on a parallel journey—training under Marilyn Murray, the creator behind the method I now utilize, The Murray Method. After a five-year commitment, I earned Marilyn's stamp of approval, attaining my Murray Method Level 1 Instructor certification.

 This journey went beyond the theoretical aspects.  It was not just about me reading the book and taking notes during the training with Marilyn, but it was the personal application of experiencing the emotional aspects of every exercise and utilizing every tool.

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