Coral Costa-Seco


“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” —Walter Elias Disney

Hey guys! Coral here. I am so incredibly excited for our 20 year High school reunion. Estamos viejos!  So much has changed in all of our lives & seeing how much we’ve evolved as humans & really settled into our own has been one of the coolest things to witness throughout the years.  I’m so incredibly proud of everyone here & to be a Varela Alumni.


 A lot has gone down for me since High School, but in a nut shell. I am a mommy, a wife and a therapist. I met the love of my life Alex (aka Al) in my early 30’s & was blessed to find him after finally taking time to work on the relationship I had, with myself. I had found myself stuck and repeating certain cycles and not attaining what I wanted and desired. So I had to look inward, really inward & get uncomfortable with alot of my “shadow traits”. Thankfully I took my therapy very seriously, along with a lot of supplemental work and self-study  and met him right when he was supposed to come into my life. Fast forward, right as we began trying to plan to expand our family, we were told that we were likely infertile due to a medical condition I have, little did we expect to find out I was pregnant- 4 weeks later. Along came Tommy and our lives have been fulfilled with a purpose that I could never put to words. I can honestly say, my son & husband saved me. I know what real, pure, unconditional love is for the first time in my life. They are my greatest blessings.


And now for my humble flex, as I’ve busted my ass off to make this vision, I now call my life come to fruition and I’m very proud of where I am and where I’m headed. 

I am the founder of Eccentric Therapy, LLC. This is a boutique private practice, in the heart of South Miami, Fl.  I am an eating disorder & trauma specialist. I am also a Level 2 EMDR therapist. My passion is helping people overcome their traumas & work through their life transitions. We all have a story that makes us unique, however a lot of us get stuck and struggle with overcoming negative core beliefs that we have had reinforced throughout our lives.  I am beyond grateful and honored to have had the privilege of helping my clients grow through their challenges and overcome what has held them back. I have had the privilege of witnessing first hand my clients regain themselves and live full and meaningful lives. 


I have recently been featured on the Brillando Babes podcast, where we cover a variety of topics with a focus on mental wellness & helping listeners develop insight into their process, and teaching people how to stem from a place of curiosity while letting go of the shame that binds them. We do this in a unique way as millennials that have been there and get it. This collaboration has been very fulfilling as it is our way of giving back to the community and hopefully get a healthy conversation on mental health and breaking stigmas that have been reinforced throughout our lives and culture. I have some other exciting projects in the works, which I’ll be able to speak more about in the months to come! 


If you had told me 20 years ago, I’d be where I am today. I don’t think I would have believed you. I’m glad I didn’t give up on myself, and pursued my dreams, because I knew I wasn’t meant to be living the life I was living. One of superficiality, status and never feeling good enough.I had to make so many sacrifices and cut a lot people out of my life that didn’t serve me, respect me, and reinforced that negative core belief about myself. And when I tell you that cutting those people out was the easy part. I’m not kidding.  The peace that came with doing so, felt too good. If there is one thing I can say is that this life is meant to be beautiful and enjoyed. This journey is too fast and we pass it quickly if we aren’t paying attention. I say this as I reflect on my life for this post and you’re reading something from a fellow classmate for our 20 year high school reunion. It feels like yesterday we were roaming the halls of Felix Varela Senior High, with our Abercrombie fits , Hollister polos & pookah shell necklaces. I can smell the Cool water & Curve cologne  as i think of that. LOL! My wish for you, my fellow alumni, is that you know that you matter and that who you are today has had to surpass many hurdles, and you did it!  I hope you’re proud of yourself and what’s to come! I can’t wait to see you and get to catch up. 


To close, I want to quote the great Walter Mercado, and leave you with “Mucho, mucho, mucho, amor.” -Coral