Coach

Brooke Cassoff.

Brooke Cassoff is a National Board Certified Health Coach at Risely Health.

Core Values

Curiosity, Kindness, Courage

T1D Journey

Diagnosed at age 15; Dexcom G6 and Tandem tSlim

favorite quote

“Your mind is like a piece of land planted with many different kinds of seeds: seeds of joy, peace, understanding, and love; seeds of anger, fear, hate, and forgetfulness…The quality of your life depends on the seeds you water…The seeds that are watered frequently are those that will grow strong.”
– Thich Nhat Hanh

about

Brooke Cassoff is a National Board Certified Health Coach at Risely Health.

Brooke is a National Board Certified health coach and avid international traveler, runner, educator, and cookie enthusiast that has been living life with type 1 diabetes (T1D) for 17 years. She believes deeply that those of us with diabetes can thrive not in spite of, but because of our condition and that coaching and community can play powerful roles in supporting this transformation.

Brooke lives in San Diego, California with her partner and rescue cat. When she’s not coaching, you can find Brooke out on the trails, surfing, doing creative projects, or getting her feet in the sand. As a graduate of Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research & Education (CCARE) Applied Compassion Training, Brooke also serves as a facilitator for DiabetesSangha- an online community that offers free, weekly mindfulness and compassion-based practices to individuals affected by T1D. 

Brooke dreams of one day collecting and amplifying the diverse stories and experiences of others living with type 1 diabetes from countries around the world. 

Brooke is a National Board Certified health coach and avid international traveler, runner, educator, and cookie enthusiast that has been living life with type 1 diabetes (T1D) for 17 years. She believes deeply that those of us with diabetes can thrive not in spite of, but because of our condition and that coaching and community can play powerful roles in supporting this transformation.

Brooke lives in San Diego, California with her partner and rescue cat. When she’s not coaching, you can find Brooke out on the trails, surfing, doing creative projects, or getting her feet in the sand. As a graduate of Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research & Education (CCARE) Applied Compassion Training, Brooke also serves as a facilitator for DiabetesSangha- an online community that offers free, weekly mindfulness and compassion-based practices to individuals affected by T1D. 

Brooke dreams of one day collecting and amplifying the diverse stories and experiences of others living with type 1 diabetes from countries around the world. 

WHAT t1Ds Are SAYING

Here’s how graduates feel on the other side.

If you are debating coaching, I would tell you to do it! It is such an incredible experience that really help transform me and my outlook on not just my diabetes, but on life itself.

Lauren R.

I feel that I’ve learned a lot and I’ve done a lot and my numbers and my time and range are proving that. But I’m also feeling more self-aware and reflective about my diabetes on a given day and that I can change strategies throughout the day depending on what’s going on.

Hannah E.
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