Coaching Philosophy and Style

My Coaching philosophy is based on honoring each client as an expert in his/her life and work. I believe that every client is naturally creative, resourceful and whole and it is my job to:

• Discover, clarify and align with what my clients want to achieve
• Encourage self-discovery
• Elicit client-generated solutions and strategies
• Hold clients responsible and accountable

Listening, really listening, to my clients and asking powerful questions that open their horizon is at the core of who I am as a Coach. I feel honored that my clients have described my Coaching style as warm, enthusiastic, insightful, innovative, bold, rigorous, action-oriented, optimistic, intuitive and fun. But the best compliment a client can give me is to say, “that was a fantastic question.” Listen to a sample of a Go There! session now.

Beliefs and Core Values

I believe that having an extraordinary life is possible for all of my clients. My approach stems from the perspective that a fulfilling, even thrilling life is available to you. It’s simply a matter of finding the path that leads you there.

As a practicing Life Coach I hold training and professionalism as one of my highest values. It has always been extremely important to me to receive the best possible education so that I can serve my clients with the utmost confidence and cutting edge techniques. My dedication to continuing my education in this field deepens with each new conference and training that I attend. See Private Practice and Credentials for further details.

Wellness is another one of my highest values. I have witnessed extraordinary results, for both my clients and myself, when we use physical well-being as the framework for achieving greatness in life. As a dancer, runner, cyclist and yogi — fitness and Wellness Coaching have been a natural development for me.

Personal Life and Passions

Beyond my career accomplishments I strive to be a dedicated mother, wife, daughter, sister and friend.

When I’m not coaching, you can find me exploring the nature and culture of the San Francisco Bay Area with my husband Paul and son Elijah (pictured in top right corner of this page). I also love taking yoga and dance classes, cooking for my family, listening to NPR, especially Fresh Air and This American Life, visiting local hot springs, playing my guitar and traveling to exotic places.


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