about Dr. MaryJo Wagner

“It’s Time to get out of your head and into your heart, your body, and your energy system. Time to finally let go of what’s holding you back.”

Dr. MaryJo Wagner, The UnStuck Coach, helps women just like you do exactly that to manifest wildly successful businesses and careers.

In recovering from the effects of childhood trauma, raging ADHD, breast cancer, and Lyme disease, MaryJo discovered what would help her clients find clarity and gain confidence to reach their goals and live their dreams.

When talk therapy isn’t enough, MaryJo has solutions for you. If you’re stuck, she’ll help you find out why and how to move forward.

MaryJo offers 1-on-1 coaching, group coaching, VIP days, workshops, and a budget-friendly personalized email accountability program. She’s a writer, a blogger, a speaker, and a workshop leader who’s helped hundreds of business women, teachers, and parents break through barriers to success.

Email her or call her at 908-799-3388. Tell her you want to take advantage of her complimentary strategy call to get unstuck or book her for a presentation. Friend her on FaceBook. Join her on LinkedIn.

Her new coaching group, “The Squirrel Program for Women with ADHD or The Tizzy, Wizzy, Bizzys,” is an insanely affordable six-week, 2-hour-per-session, transformative program with both training and coaching.

Find out more at OverwhelmToAction.com/squirrel. Sign up today before the program fills up.

As a recovering academic in women’s history, a women’s studies program director, and professor at the University of Oregon and Ohio State University, MaryJo brings a continuing commitment to empowering women.

And brings a passion to her work, if not obsession, with reading, studying, and continuous learning.

She’s gone to workshops, earned certifications in Brain Gym, Heart Math, EFT, and NLP, attended webinars, read 100s of books. Whether it’s metaphysics (that’s grounded and brings results), the latest in trauma release, brain repatterning, or generational patterns, she’ll help you discover what’s best for you.

MaryJo deeply admires the pioneer women of Colorado and Nebraska. Her great grandmother Anna, one of these Colorado pioneers, walked to Auraria (now Denver) behind a covered wagon.

When her husband Herman died, Anna moved to a homestead at the foot of the Rockies with six children. Herman had arrived in Auraria a year earlier, hoping to strike it rich during the Gold Rush. She built a house that still stands, raised cattle, and grew vegetables she sold to Kuner’s Canning Company.

As a great granddaughter, MaryJo cherishes having inherited Anna’s entrepreneurial pioneer spirit.

MaryJo has a husband, Eric; a son, Stephen; four step-children; and two cats. She adores seven grandkids, two great grandkids, the mountains of Colorado, and the music of J.S. Bach.

Watch for her forthcoming book, Oh Look . . . There’s a Squirrel: My Life with ADHD.

Don’t forget you can email her or call her at 908-799-3388. Tell her you want to take advantage of her complimentary strategy call for getting unstuck.