If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.”– Maya Angelou

Think about the following statements: Change is hard. Change is exciting. Which one sounds more inviting?

Approaching any change–career, artistic endeavor, relationship,diet, etc.–with the belief that it will be a long, arduous slog– is far more daunting to most of us than if we embrace the change as an adventure. Re-framing the way we look at the world is the first step to finding happiness with our lives as they currently are and successfully handling transitions and effectively achieving goals.

Easier said than done, I know. And that’s where an effective coach comes in. As a creativity coach I can help you define your goals and focus on the area or areas in your life that you’d like to change, expand and explore.

As a professionally trained coach and counselor with a Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling and post-graduate work in Creative Writing and Personal Coaching, I have helped clients in one-on-one sessions as well as through writing and personal growth workshops for ten years. I have also faced my share of transitions as I’ve navigated, from the driver’s seat, the bumpy ride that a creative life often traverses.

I can help you:

set realistic goals
create and implement action plans
explore creative and spiritual arenas
conquer artistic blocks
work on relationships

As your coach I will: offer you a safe space where you will always be heard, validated, encouraged and held accountable to your goals.

Coaching is a rewarding, inter-active process. As we forge this unique partnership, we will collaborate on an amazing journey of positive growth and change.

Phone sessions are available; so no matter where you are, I can be accessible to you. In person sessions and workshops are available by arrangement in New York and Connecticut, though many local clients also find phone sessions more convenient and intimate.
I invite you to start a creative conversation.

The first conversation, of course, is on me.

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