If you’re new to coaching think of it as having personal trainer for your life, career and your soul. A combination of consultant, sherpa guide, expert motivator and confidant. I offer coaching specifically to people who have reached a turning point, or major life transition, such as career change, divorce, or challenging family situation. All can be emotional roller coasters of continued stress and endless details. Having objectivity, support and someone to bounce ideas off of as you navigate new terrain, can just help you to feel better, de-stress and stay a little more sane. There is no agenda with coaching, other than your happiness; whatever that means to you, and works for your life.

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What Kind of Sessions Are Offered?

  • Stress / Anxiety Relief
  • Work Life Balance
  • Overcoming Obstacles
  • Mid Life Transitions
  • Career Changes
  • Confidence Building & Self Esteem
  • Navigating Divorce & Rebuilding


She is a wonderful & highly skilled coach who is a pleasure to work with. Hunter has helped me identify my limitations with humor & compassion. She also highlights my strengths   – Dr. Natalie Feinblatt  read more….

New Year, Same You


2016 is finally here. There’s something about January 1st – in theory, a new beginning. We feel that we can wipe the slate clean and start fresh, being a better, healthier, happier and more successful version of ourselves. It’s exciting, exhilarating and full of promise! But there is one important fact that we tend to overlook; I am still Me and you are still You. The stroke of midnight did not wipe away our fears, […]


Looking Back: 20 Questions About Last Year


For those of you who know me, you know well that I’m not fond of looking in the rear view mirror! (more on that in this post My Single Best Tip for Getting Unstuck )  I believe that looking back should be reserved mostly for fond memories, or if needed, in an attempt to learn from a situation that did not go as hoped or planned. But dwelling in, or on the past, keeps us firmly […]


The Vulnerability of ‘Thank You’


Thank you as in: I couldn’t do it without you. As in: I don’t want to do this alone. As in: I was afraid. And mostly: I would miss you if you were gone.   Thank you brings us closer together. Thank you is a limb worth going out on. – Seth Godin  As always, I love to read your comments and thoughts below. xo


Things to Be Thankful For


When we get mired down with the challenges and complexities of day to day life, it’s easy to lose site of all that we have in our lives to be thankful for. In North America, we celebrate one day out of the year to remind ourselves of this. Below I’ve listed 85 of my favorite things to be thankful for. Let’s see if we can get this list up to 100! I’d love to read […]


Healing After Heartache


I don’t know that there is any one specific answer; one cure-all that will magically whisk every pain away. If there was, no one would ever need suffer after a heartache again. Yet so many of us do. We’ve had our feelings hurt, our hearts seemingly broken and our lives and our worlds temporarily torn apart. When you’re in the middle of it, nothing else matters. You just want to find a way to stop […]


Turning Painful Endings Into New Beginnings


“New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings.” C.S. Lewis Sometimes you just don’t know how to go on; a situation becomes stuck, impassable or even impossible. Or maybe someone else makes the choice for you. When you can no longer go on, for whatever reason, you have to navigate a new beginning. New beginnings, especially when they aren’t your choice can be painful and frightening. Here are 4 simple steps to help you turn […]


The Healing Time


This is a poem that I was introduced to in a wonderful yoga and meditation class a couple of weeks ago. It touched my heart and stirred my soul, so I though I would share it here. If you have ever experienced emotional pain, made a mistake or looked for a way out, perhaps it will help you as well.   Namaste The Healing Time Finally on my way to yes I bump into all the […]


Anger, Fear, Yoga and Miracles

Be With It

Yoga… I just got home from a yoga and meditation class. It’s one that I try to go to every Sunday night. It’s a “restorative yoga class” or “yin yoga” meaning the poses are long, slow and supported. And indeed the entire class is supportive. It’s done by candlelight and I find it to be the perfect way to prepare for the week ahead and detangle the week just past. Every class for me is […]


Overcoming Rejection


Every one of us at some point in our lives has experienced rejection in one form or another. It may have been a sweetheart or a lover, rejection from a parent, being passed over for a promotion, or being told ‘no thank you’ after pitching a proposal or even asking someone out on a date. And no matter how many times you go through it, it never feels great. But some rejections are more difficult […]


Don’t Believe Everything You Think


“Don’t believe everything you think.” I didn’t make that up – it’s been around for a while. We all have that voice in our heads; the one that tells you what you should be doing, what you shouldn’t be doing, what you’re doing wrong and what you could do better. It’s the voice that reminds us to be responsible and keeps us on the straight and narrow. But run amuck it can also nag us, […]

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