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I understand that taking the first step toward recovery and growth in divorce can be daunting. But remember, you're not alone in this journey.
Understanding who to confide in when you're in pain can be challenging, and I completely empathize with that. That's precisely why I provide a free initial meeting. It's an opportunity for us to discuss your hardships, get acquainted, and plan a way forward for you. Simply follow the link below to secure a slot in my schedule directly. Don't worry, there's no commitment, I'm friendly, and this might just turn out to be the best choice you've made all week.
CDC Certified Divorce Coach®
CDC Certified Transition and Recovery Coach®
I was a stay-at-home mom for 22 years and worked in our family business. After 27 years, I had the courage to walk away from an unhealthy marriage. Staying is hard, and leaving is hard. Choose your hard. I can help you find the courage and get your confidence and your sparkle back.
As a Divorce Coach, I specialize in working with women who have been in a long-term marriage and now need to develop the confidence and courage in order to move through their divorce in the most organized, time-efficient, and constructive manner. My approach to divorce coaching is one that provides clients with guidance and compassion through a difficult time in their lives, clearing the way for healing and helping them gain financial security and stability for themselves and their children.
Why the dragonfly? A dragonfly is a symbol of change, transformation, and self-realization. It teaches us to love life, rejoice, and have faith despite difficulties.
Divorce coaching helped me find inner peace during a difficult time. I now feel empowered to face the future with confidence and optimism."
“My coach's guidance made navigating the divorce process smoother than I ever imagined. Their support and understanding made all the difference."
“Thanks to my divorce coach, I've developed effective co-parenting strategies and rebuilt my self-esteem. I'm truly grateful for their compassionate approach."
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