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Meet the Founder

Brett Cotter has 25-years experience helping people break free from stress, anxiety, and traumatic memories.

He's brought his signature method to Fortune 500 companies, hospitals, schools, non-profits, military bases, disaster sites, and world-renowned retreat centers.

Brett's approach is a compassionate blend of Eastern and Western philosophies. He is a regular contributor to Meditation Magazine and is the Trauma Specialist for their Meditation Teacher Training Program.

ABOUT Stress Is Gone

Stress Is Gone formed in 2008 to help people let go of stress, anxiety and the emotional pain from traumatic memories.

Our services include 1-on-1 coaching, trainings, certifications, retreats, live meditation classes, and our online membership.

Stress Is Gone's core technique is certified by the American Institute of Stress and Brett is certified by the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and National Center for Crisis Management. Our certification program is accredited by the International Mindfulness & Meditation Alliance and The Meditation Organization.

Our mission is to empower individuals, families, schools, and businesses with the increased awareness and tools to overcome stress, anxiety and trauma.


Brett's Story

I got into this work in 1999 because of my own stress and trauma, after I was led to healers that helped me learn to love myself and release my pain. This inspired me to help others let go of their own pain and trauma so they can live life to the fullest.

1999 My own trauma led me to start meditating and learning powerful healing modalities.

2001 I started my coaching practice facilitating workshops, 1-1 coaching and trainings.

2008 I launched Stress Is Gone LLC to share my signature method and tools.

2013 The Stress Is Gone Program was certified by The American Institute of Stress

2014 I founded 501c3
to better serve veterans, first responders and communities suffering from a tragedy.

2015 My book “3 Keys to Managing PTSD” was published as a dedication to my father, a Marine Vietnam Veteran and retired NYC Firefighter.

2019 SIG raised over $12,000 on GoFundMe
to distribute a PTSD book to every homeless veteran living in a shelter in New Jersey.