Helping people play better together in the sandbox.

Using Whole Brain Thinking, learn about team building, collaboration, communication, increasing productivity, leadership, thought diversity and improving work-life balance. HOW do you think?!!

Connect with Pam to schedule your free 30-minute Lunch & Learn:
How Whole Brain Thinking can help YOU! A Whole Brain Thinking Overview and activities to illustrate and demonstrate Whole Brain Thinking in your workplace!


Are you building cultures of innovation and agility that insures the future of your organization and purpose?

Ready to realize your full potential while identifying and reaching your goals?

Is your mindset planning for today AND tomorrow?

Are you using a growth mindset?

Do you want to motivate yourself and your team to inspire insight, productivity, and work life balance?

Are you ready to find out HOW you and your team THINK to inspire collective creativity?

  • Implementing collaborative, creative approaches for YOUR success.

  • Identifying strengths and challenges.

  • Cultivating teamwork and productivity using Whole Brain Methodology.

  • HBDI assessment profiles for each team member including interactive tools.
  • Discovering and applying new communication skills.

  • Supporting productivity and fresh perspectives.

  • Encouraging work-life balance strategies to reduce stress and burn-out.

  • Writing for brand recognition, top of mind thinking and thought leadership.

Connect with Pam to schedule your free 30-minute Lunch & Learn:
How Whole Brain Thinking can help YOU! Contact information below.

Meet Pam

So happy you are here!

Thinking OUTSIDE the box, in the most creative ways has always been my strength. Looking at challenges via a growth mindset has presented opportunities to gain experience, grow and adapt throughout life, both professionally and personally.

Certified as a Whole Brain practitioner, I work collaboratively within organizations to enhance the experience of every team member. I am committed to creativity and passion to connect and inspire. My perspective offers clarity and vision from ideas to action.

As a Master Level Social Worker, I have developed, designed, and implemented training in school districts, mental health agencies and the community. Working with Girls on Track (Girls on the Run), Girl Scouts, school committees and local food pantries has enhanced my ability to work with a wide variety of organizations.

Over the years, I have discovered that engaging by coaching/mentoring- embracing and supporting the version of strong, confident, aware, and centered brings out the best. Personal touch and leadership with heart always has a place.

A published writer for over 18 years, I have written for print and on-line magazines, other people’s blogs as well as my own. Each requires a different perspective, set of skills and voice. Click below to read samples of published writing:

Interview with Paul Cook, writer, radio personality and Number 1 Dad; freelance, St. Louis Magazine/Family

Summer Solstice Fire Ceremony: Creating the Life I Love; guest blogger

The Artist and the Architect; featured article, Clayton City Lifestyle Magazine; freelance; personal blog
St. Louis Magazine/Family, Writer, Freelance. 2016-present.

“You call it chaos I call it life” on WordPress, Writer and Creator, 2016-2020.

Write ON!, Founder and Facilitator, 2015-present. Empowering individuals to find their voice and inspire change in themselves and their world through facilitated writing activities. Using a combination of mentoring, coaching, writing skills and various activities participants used writing for expression and to create community.

St. Louis Magazine/Family, On-line Writer, 2014-2015. Created original, creative content for parents and families.

SOS from Suburbia, 2012. A compilation of humorous essays which supported my belief that a well-told, entertaining story about individuality and family was welcome and needed in our common community. I put the real back into reality with commentary on everyday life.

SwimBikeRun, Monthly Columnist, 2006-2007. Off the Beaten Path: Working Out for Non-Triathletes.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: St. Louis Moms and Dads, Monthly Columnist: S.O.S. From Suburbia, print and online, 2003-2017. Personal narratives and features about life in St. Louis.

Radio experience: 590 AM The Fan, Radio Commentator, May 2019-May 2020. Discussed daily issues, sports, movies, books and life. Offered female perspective.
Master of Social Work, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri 1988.

Bachelor of Science, Child and Family Development, University of Missouri-Columbia 1984.
Licensed Master Social Worker, Missouri 2017 to present.

Certified Whole Brain Thinker, (HBDI) Herrmann Global International, February 2023

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