Sometimes it takes darkness and the sweet aloneness of your own being to realize that anyone or anything that does not bring you alive, is too small for you.
— David Whyte

You don’t have to do it alone.

Would support help you navigate changes in your life more easily?

Do you have habits and old ways of thinking that you’d like to change?

Does cultivating gratitude sound like a good idea to you?

Call today and let’s talk about ways to help you move forward —
gracefully and successfully.



I have over 25 years of experience working with women in a variety of businesses and for the last 12 years as a portrait photographer working exclusively with women. Through photography I’ve had the pleasure of seeing women transform in front of the camera. It’s a very empowering experience for a woman to step in front of the camera and own her beauty and vulnerability - sometimes, truly see it for the first time.

As a Coach I believe in the same transformative, empowering experience. I have a collaborative style of coaching where together we’ll work on finding your clarity, focus and purpose.

As life plays out there are times when change is needed - sometimes even desired, during those times it helps to have support and tools to help you navigate that journey gracefully and successfully.

I’d love to set up a complimentary call with you to explore ways that working together can help you to move forward feeling empowered, successful and inspired along the way.

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Working Together

Below are a few areas for coaching and while there are many others, coaching is really a unique and personal journey. I’d love to set up a 20 minute complimentary call to explore how I can support you.

Please ring me at 845 729-2685 or email - I’d love to connect with you.

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Here are a few ways we can work together.

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Private Sessions

For the woman who is motivated to make changes. These sessions are personalized around your needs - your vision and your purpose.
We’ll cultivate and refine your goals so that you have focus and clarity. You’ll learn more about yourself and how you show up in the world.
You’ll prioritize, take action and — enjoy the process along the way.

These sessions can take place in person or via Zoom. Sessions are 60 minutes with the initial session approx. 90 minutes.

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Group Sessions

Designed for groups of 2 - 4 women who want to support each other on their journey. These sessions are best geared toward women
who are working together on a project, goal or plan. We’ll work toward identifying and clarifying your goals and blocks, if they exist.
You have a clear, concise roadmap with actionable steps to help you move forward with success and ease.

These sessions are also useful if you’re working in a group that’s experiencing conflict or misunderstandings. This is a powerful way to
learn communication and listening skills that can have each member feeling seen and heard - ultimately leading to a more successful outcome.

These sessions can take place in person or via Zoom. Sessions are 60 minutes with the initial session approx. 90 minutes.

Online Courses

Coming soon . . .


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A listing of some favorite authors, poets and teachers that I hope will provide you with inspiration.

Poet, author and internationally acclaimed speaker, David Whyte writes and speaks with depth and emotion often getting to the deep, dark places we might otherwise choose to ignore. I’ve heard him speak on several occasions and to say he is captivating barely touches the surface. His site is rich with his poetry, books and other offerings.

A Pulitzer Prize winning American Poet, Mary Oliver’s poetry speaks to the depth and breadth of what it is like to be human. Probably one of her most famous lines in which she asks so little and asks so much:

Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”.

The linked site is a wonderful collection of her poetry and quotes.

American poet, singer, memoirist, and civil rights activist, Maya Angelou is truly gifted. One of her most famous books, I Know Why The Caged Birds Sing is a memoir that speaks of her experiences of longing, bigotry and the beauty of life. The linked site is a tribute to her and her remarkable life and stories.

An American Tibetan Buddhist and ordained nun, Pema Chodron is a prolific author and teacher. I have followed her teachings for many years and have been honored on several occasions to attend her workshops. To me, one of the many gifts she brings is in making the teachings readily and easily understandable. She writes with a great deal of humor and heart. The linked site is filled with articles, videos and an events calendar along with a store where her many books and CDs are available.

A virtual treasure trove of articles, courses, events and videos spanning Buddhism, Mindfulness, Meditation, Health & Wellness, Yoga, Psychology & Personal Growth and so much more.


I look forward to connecting with you!

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