Affiliate Partners

We collaborate with other individuals and businesses who share our values. Our affiliate partners are carefully chosen based on the unique aspects of their products and/or service offerings as well as how they distinctly complement our products. In many cases, we work directly with our affiliate partners to create special offerings, workshops and product bundles that are only available through us.

Are you interested in becoming one of our Preferred Affiliate Partners? Please send us an inquiry to start a conversation!


Neely Steinberg

Dating Coach and Founder of The Love TREP®

For the past decade, Neely has been writing and speaking about dating, love, and relationships. She has been a featured expert in a wide array of media outlets and has created and hosted two radio shows and an internet TV show on the subjects of dating, love, and relationships. Drawing from her Master’s degree in Counseling and her passion for helping others, Neely’s dating coaching practice The Love TREP®, based in Boston, is dedicated to teaching and coaching smart, educated, professional women across the world, ages 25-55, how to use an entrepreneurial spirit, mindset, and approach to find healthy, happy dating lives that lead to healthy, happy relationships.

We’ve partnered with Neely to create two unique service offerings bundled with our Rise Up After A Break Up® healing kit:

Rise Up with an Open Heart. A Moving Forward Strategy Session with Neely Steinberg

Rise Up Online Dating Profile with Neely Steinberg

Kathy Miller - Affiliate Partner - Ritual in a Box

Kathy Miller

Licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) and owner of Mindfulness Matters PC

Kathy A. Miller is a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) and owner of Mindfulness Matters PC, offering services in Lincolnshire, IL. She earned a BA in Psychology and an MA in Clinical Professional Psychology from Roosevelt University, Chicago.
Hmm. It feels weird to be using the third person to tell you about me, so here’s what I most want you to know:
If your life and/or your relationships have become stressful, stormy, or just generally suck, I can help.
I work collaboratively with you to gain the skills and tools you need for sustainable solutions.
Mindfulness, accountability, and forgiveness support healing and wholeness. Really.
Homework is required between sessions. Practicing new skills is key to lasting change.
I swear. A shit ton.
Humor helps.
I believe that you already have the answers you seek. Sometimes it’s hard to find them under all the stories you carry around in your head and your heart, though. That’s where I come in.
Adults and couples (of all kinds) are my favorite clients.
Please leave your adorable children at home (appropriately supervised, of course).Been there, done that. Married, divorced, single-parented, 2nd marriage going on 30 years. Two (adorable) grown children and one (extremely adorable) grandchild.
Dog lover. Cats make me sneeze, although I admire their healthy self-regard.

Tim O’Donohue

Licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) and Director of and a Therapist at The Center for Contextual Change.

Tim O’Donohue is a licensed clinical professional counselor and domestic violence professional in the State of Illinois. He is the Director of and a Therapist at The Center for Contextual Change. Tim has over 20 years of experience specializing in couples counseling, domestic violence, anger management and addiction.

Tim runs an Emotional Intelligence Building program, a Healthy Relationship program for college students and is skilled in life planning and coaching. He has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology and Speech Communication from the University of Illinois in Champaign/Urbana and his Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Benedictine University. Tim also has certificates in Project Management and Leadership from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Business and the University of Loyola.

Tim has developed and led a DCFS approved parenting workshop and a state accredited partner abuse intervention program. He is also the author of ‘Ten Steps to Better Living’, a guide to positive relationships for perpetrators of domestic violence. Tim has led training workshops for the Chicago Police Department, the Archdiocese of Chicago, and numerous other groups and agencies in the Chicago area on topics of domestic violence, substance abuse, and positive relationships.

Tim created and ran after-school programs for Chicago Public School kids, through this work he was recruited by the French-American Foundation to teach gang prevention and assist in the development of after school programs in Marseilles France. He has numerous television appearances and has worked as a guest expert on addiction treatment including appearances with Dr. Drew Pinski and on ABC-7’s Fighting Words Program.

“In order to get where we want to be, we must wholly and honestly understand and accept where we are now.” — Tim O’Donohue





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