Woman offers life coaching to Spanish-speaking individuals 

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MIDDLEFIELD— When Laura Cuadriello-Arreguin came to the United States from Mexico six years ago to be with her husband, she wanted to find a way to continue her work. She opened Avanza Con Laura in 2016, offering life coaching for Spanish-speaking individuals. 

The services include therapy, emotional support and relationship coaching. Individual and group sessions are available.   

The purpose is to help clients manage emotions, improve self-esteem and better relationships with family, friends and coworkers, Cuadriello-Arreguin said.   

Cuadriello-Arreguin received a bachelor’s degree in Latin American Literature and a master’s degree in organizational leadership. 

Part of her passion is a desire to help others improve. 

Cuadriello-Arreguin said she targets the Spanish-speaking community because they may not have had the same opportunities.

“Some have a lot of opportunities while others do not.” Cuadriello-Arreguin said. “I came from a family that always encouraged me. … I would like to give back to life and people what I have had.” 

Cesar Llontop met Cuadriello-Arreguin at Mision Joven, a program for families in Spanish and English in New London. Cuadriello-Arreguin spoke about psychological issues, family problems and challenges young people experience.  

“She is a great woman, a responsible person,” he said. “She is knowledgeable in her field and knows what she is talking about.”  

Cuadriello-Arreguin previously did radio programs — “Un Rincon para tu Alma” and “Avanza con Laura” — for three years.

She was also a part of a TV program in New London, where she discussed how to live a better life. 

“I believe that we can learn all our lives.” she said. “The only way to learn to be better people is through courses, therapy, places where you can learn about yourself.”  

For more information visit avanzaconlaura.com.

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