It’s a delight to ‘virtually’ meet you! Sometimes we need to let go of our tight grip on the handlebars, take off the training wheels, reach within and take a deep breath, and just believe as we find our way of life. Are you ready to start pedalling in a new direction? Isn’t it time to ring your bell and move forward with a zest for life?
My speciality area for life coaching is life transitions, and I offer virtual organizing, and customized communications consulting services.
Like everyone else, I’ve lost my balance on occasion and fallen off my bike. But I’ve also overcome big obstacles on my path. My red bike over the years has become to me a symbol of the “cycle of life” and the need to pump up those tires and continue to move forward even when we feel stuck in the mud. Feeling overwhelmed due to downsizing, job-relationship transition, being self-employed with a home office, or juggling the work-life balance? I can help and cheer you on as I’ve been there.
I dedicate my business to my late parents who taught me to ‘seize the day.’ When I was 13, after an exciting venture to the bike shop with my Dad to buy my first new bike, he died suddenly of a heart attack. After caregiving my Mom for over 10 years with Alzheimer’s, she died peacefully in my arms.
In-person appointments can be arranged for local clients in the Halifax (Nova Scotia, Canada) and surrounding area. Coaching sessions will also be available via Skype, phone, and chat. I have completed The Life Coach Certification Group (ICF approved) Success Conversion Coaching Program and I am a Certified Life Coach with the Certified Coaches Alliance. I am also a Compassion Fatigue Resiliency Educator via the Traumatology Institute and have completed a specialty course on Mastering Your Energetic Field as an Empath or Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). As a sociologist, I have taught part-time at a local university for several years and hold a MA in sociology, and a MBA in executive management specializing in change.
In the words of Albert Einstein, “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”