I’m a Life Transitions Coach and Strategist. Prior to creating my counseling practice, I had several successful careers in both the corporate world and as an entrepreneur.
In my practice, I focus on all the areas of life in which I have deep knowledge from personal experience. I target specifically periods of personal and professional growth through transitions.
From the corporate world, I draw from the adaptability I gained in directing my career transitions in industries as diverse as finance, hospitality, and publishing. I also rely on what I learned climbing the corporate ladder in the publishing world to advise my clients on career moves and advancement.
As an entrepreneur, I launched, ran and then sold several companies; so I get the challenges and gratification of creating one’s own company; as a result, I can help the clients ready to strike out on their own.
In my own life, I’ve had my share of challenges, which gives me a compassionate and down-to-earth outlook on living, which I share with my clients. Early in life—I was seven—I experienced the death of my mom. Later, I went through marriage, step-parenting, divorce, and rebuilding a life from the ground up. Each time, I’ve come out the other side stronger, wiser and happier.
My clients tell me that part of what makes my approach different is my own perspective as a French woman. They have found that this quality helps them broaden their ideas and attitudes toward their situation and come up with surprising and unique solutions.
This distinct aspect of my coaching also enables them to develop a more refine and insightful sense of self which has led many to experience a more profound “joie de vivre” and to enhance their own personal “je ne sais quoi”.
I believe that being guided by someone with a different outlook helps them uncover previously unnoticed blind spots. With this new awareness, they are more apt to see their transition as an opportunity to grow and evolve.