You’re in transition. You may know that you want a new situation, but just not sure what or how; you may be getting married, preparing to have a child or perhaps all three at the same time. This is the time to reset.

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How We Work Together

Whether you’re returning to work after having a baby, or rethinking your career so that it better aligns with your values and interests, I can help you make active choices to determine what is best for you at this stage of your life. Depending on your situation, we may:

  • Review your finances to determine what you need and what you want
  • Carve out the time and space to work
  • Review past ambitions/desires and compare/contrast to present work life
  • Complete Tolerance and Incomplete Assessment
  • Complete Whole Life Model
  • Establish short, medium and long-term life plans
  • Prepare inch pebbles and milestones
  • Create a plan for your 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s

What is a Transition Coach?

As a transition coach, I have studied what happens in your brain during a significant life transition, whether that’s changing your career, getting a divorce or starting a family. Although some transitions are rites of passage, times of change (graduation, first job, wedding) that come with celebrations, others are less socially acknowledged. They can be a time of great stress, anxiety, and overthinking without clear and purposeful focused direction.

Together we will identify and clarify your values during this change. We review key areas of your life to see what’s working well and what’s important to you. We identify what you can improve quickly and what will take more work. And then we make it so.

But first, we’ll need to determine your goal and pick the right program, schedule your introductory session today

All the while, as your coach, I am your advocate, rooting for you, believing in the best version of you, and helping you identify and create the life you want to have while managing the expected and unexpected hurdles during these times.

What are the benefits of working with a Transition Coach?

Times of transition work differently with different people; some shut down, while others run away from it (it’s that old flight, fight or freeze concept). We are wired to like comfort and stability, especially as we age. So transitions can seem as scary as a bison charge.

Transition clients work with me to press pause, gain control of their mindset and shift that distress into eustress and productivity, happiness, contentment, and creativity. After the shift, my clients experience more ease and can start problem-solving and actively moving toward a solution.

Other transition clients welcome the transition, especially one that brings joy (wedding, children), and seek help sorting and prioritizing the options in front of them, and making values-based choices.

Why Work With A Transition Coach?

A time of transition is a time to reset your state of mind, reclaim your perspective, and make active, significant choices for the whole of your life — to lose what you no longer need and embrace what you do.
Transitions are a time to take stock, evaluate, and make positive moves in your life. Let’s get you where you want to be.

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Blog Posts on Transition

How to Help Your Spouse Find A Better Job

If your spouse is looking for a change, follow these 4 steps to recalibrate their career trajectory. There are few things more heartbreaking than someone hating their job. Work is where most people spend the majority of their waking hours. And if your spouse is the breadwinner, they feel this responsibility—they have to work, they have to make money, […]

Don’t Even Consider Moving Without Answering These Important Questions

As a life coach, the author has helped clients decide if they should move across the country, out of the country, or stay put. Here are the questions she has her clients ask themselves when deciding to make the move. 1. Do you know people where you’re going? Do you have friends or family there? […]

“I’m a Single Mother by Choice—and I Love It”

Are you considering becoming a single parent by choice? Here’s how one single mom did it all on her own—from selecting sperm to becoming pregnant to having two children—and she’s sharing all her top secrets on how you, too, can become a parent. Have you always wanted to be a mom? Kate McNeil did. She […]

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