Easily Create Healthy Habits That Stick

trees on forest with sun rays
silhouette photography of woman doing yoga
red tomatoes

Good For You

Most people have it all wrong-

willpower is not how you make change in your life.

Stop relying on willpower to do the things that are good for you. Instead, easily create healthy habits that stick using evidence-based neuroscience practices.

Good For You is a package of three virtual sessions- we'll meet weekly on zoom- changing the brain takes practice that is close together. So that next time you'll walk right past the chocolate chip cookies and grab the carrots on your way to walk in the woods.

All for an introductory price of only $450.

What's a Habit?

Habit: a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.

Habits are anything you happen to do practice over time- it's like taking the same way to work over and over again.

Maybe you always reach for the second glass of wine, even though you promised yourself only one. Maybe you start strong exercising and then one day realize you haven't been to the yoga studio in months.

You know what's good for you, but it just seems so hard- almost impossible to make that change and you are starting to wonder if maybe it has something to do with you.

The good news?

With a few easy and effective tools, and a little practice,

change can be made easily.

I'll show you how.

And it's only $450 for three sessions!

Book a consultation to learn more.​​

Habits Can Change

Integrative wellness coaching changes habits using the science-based practices of self-directed neuroplasticity, self-compassion, awareness, and mental rehearsal. These simple and powerful practices are easy to integrate into your life, with fast results so it doesn't even feel like work to do the things that are good for you.

Almost anything can change if you know how the brain works.

Here are some examples of what can change in Good for You.

  • More sleep
  • Exercise regularly
  • Eat more vegetables
  • Eat less sugar
  • Less scrolling
  • Meditate regularly
  • Stop stress eating
  • Less anxiety (yes, anxiety is a habit)
  • Less alcohol
  • Stop nail biting
  • Stop overworking

Schedule a free consultation to learn more.​

Rebecca Shisler Marshall, PhD

Rebecca Shisler Marshall, PhD

Meet Rebecca

Rebecca Shisler Marshall is an integrative life and wellness coach, shamanic practitioner, with a PhD in cognitive psychology. With over 20 years of experience with mindfulness, yoga, and other lifestyle medicine techniques, she nows how to set you up for success.

Do what's good for you without a problem, and without willpower. And when you do what's good for you, you're ready to go dancing with your friends, be ready to hike with your kids, or choose the veggie side at the restaurant.

Easily create healthy habits that stick using evidence-based practices. Your three weekly virtual sessions will focus on whatever change you need to make in your life, so you can do what's good for you.

Not sure if it's right for you? Schedule a free consultation.


​Q: I've tried changing my habit before and it didn't work. How will this be any different?

A: Most of the time people try to change habits by willpower or beating themselves up until they do the thing they want to do. This can work over the short-term, but is not a long-term sustainable solution! Instead, I use science-backed techniques to change the neural networks. Your job will be to practice that change between sessions to help it to stick. They are science based, but feel like magic.

Q: How can a habit change in only 3 sessions?

A: Not all habits can change in 3 sessions- some change in only 1 session, and some take 5 or 6 sessions. Three is a good place the average number of sessions it can take to change the brain. When you have the tools, it gets easy.

Q: How long are the sessions?

A: 50 minutes each

Q: What if I have multiple habits I want to change?

A: If you have multiple habits, I recommend scheduling a consultation call to learn more about the Integrative Possibilities Package, which is 10 sessions and a great fit for more complex situations.

Q: My parent/spouse/friend wants me to change this habit but I don't really want to. Will this work?

A: This is often a really tough situation. Usually, if you don't want to change, it will be more difficult to practice the tools to get the change. That's totally fine- I just don't want you to waste your money if you aren't ready.

Here's what other clients have said:

    Subscribe to receive my weekly permission slip emails