Are you wondering when you will be happy?

Do you often feel that there is even greater possibility for your life?

Are you seeking clarity or a vision for your future?

Are there things you wish you could change in your life but you don't how?

Are you stuck in your career and/or life?

Do you feel disconnected from yourself and your relationships?

Do you keep falling into the same self-defeating thoughts and habits?

I have supported countless women overcome these obstacles and create a life that is fulfilling, joyful, and vibrant. You too can have a life you love...but it takes more than wishing! It takes intention and the willingness to say yes to your own potential.

Only you can take control of your life, but it's easier when you have a coach (and cheerleader). Don't wait for your work, your boss, your husband, your circumstances to change so you can be happy. You can be happy now.

Let me help you take your power back and assess your situation with a greater degree of clarity, honesty, curiosity, and compassion.

You Will:

  • Identify what matters most to you.

  • Counteract the tendencies that hinder your progress.

  • Learn how to make authentic choices.

  • Achieve your goals, big and small.

  • Live a life that reflects your core values.

  • Gain a deeper understanding of who you are and what lights you up.

  • Learn how to manage your mind.

  • To learn how positive psychology practices, a science based approach, can lead to more happiness and fulfillment.

  • Have more health, happiness and success.

Coaching Packages


*Sessions are 50-60 minutes each, and can be in person, by phone, or Skype.

I have the questions...You have the answers

Are you ready to get unstuck but not sure if my approach is for you? Click the button below to set up a free exploratory call.  You can ask me anything!  


Don't wait!  Your Life is Now and You Deserve to Be Happy!

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.
Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.
It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.
— Marianne Williamson