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“What do you do when you don’t know what to do?”

Think about it.

It’s a question many of us ask when we arrive at some seemingly impossible juncture in our lives.

It may feel uncomfortable.

Life-changing questions often are.

You may prefer to keep your head down and get on with your day.

You’re not alone.

Change is difficult. It screams, “Uncertainty!” And we humans crave the safety of what’s known to us.

I know, from my own life experience, that we’re often called to shift our thinking (and actions) especially after enduring a time of hardship.

I am deeply curious about how we navigate change and explore life’s many transitions.

It’s why I’m drawn to coaching.

Life always has other plans for us. We surrender an old self to something larger. Or we don’t.

I believe transitions, particularly those at midlife and beyond, are opportunities to honour our deepest, hard-earned wisdom: an important feature of a life well-lived.

For me, it means bringing all the parts of myself together, and offering it up to others through courageous conversation.


Working With Me


The first step in any coaching program is for us to have a conversation about what you seek to gain from coaching.

This is the time for us to chat, and to decide if we’d like to work together.

During this conversation I will answer any questions you have. I will also outline what a program could look like for you and what you can expect from me. Typically, these calls last around 15 – 30 minutes.

After our introductory conversation, I will provide you with a clear quotation defining your coaching program. If this interests you, contact me (click on the link below) and let’s set up a call and figure out a program that best meets your needs.

The inspiration and honesty of guest speaker Becky Livingston was inspiring and very powerful. This sort of thing – conversations about death & dying – are very welcome
SFU End of Life Matters participant