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For those ready for change, I will be your partner through the journey.

Every day is filled with choices. Some are really easy. Some are made for us, whether we like it or not. And some are better faced with a little help. There are no magic answers and having someone on your side doesn’t always mean you’ll hear exactly what you want to hear. Sometimes it means dealing directly with the hard stuff. And when life is really hard, you may need support along with meaningful feedback. As your coach, I will provide both.


Offering a full range of services, from initial assessments through development of goals, and support for the execution of those goals, I work with you and for you. Whether you need help with decisions about relationships, career opportunities, health issues or other life choices, I excel in working with clients that need a broad range of expertise and talent, coupled with a non-judgmental attitude.

Susan is available for group classes and workshops. Topics include Reinvention, End-of-Life Decisions, and others customized for your group.

Experience counts - and so does caring



Susan coached me to focus on myself, and not at the expense of others. She helped me overcome insecurities that kept me from being a success at work.
Thank you, Susan!

Do you need a coach?

If you are just starting to think about working with a coach, it might help you to understand what we actually do. Coaches are:  

  • A partner in achieving personal and business goals
  • Sounding board when exploring choices
  • A motivational mentor
  • One who gives unconditional support
  • A wake-up call and a “reality sandwich”
  • A guide to help create a more productive life
  • A referee to help clients push the envelope
  • A beacon during stormy times
  • A safe harbor

It is also important to understand that coaches are not therapists. Therapists are licensed and trained to recognize and work through major issues affecting their clients. Coaches are not. These are some of the issues for which I would refer you to a licensed therapist:

  • Major depression
  • Alcohol or chemical dependency
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Rape or incest
  • Suicidal tendencies
  • Physical or extreme emotional abuse

Because I am a Registered Nurse, I am required to report anyone who is a threat to him/herself or others.

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