When introducing ourselves, I guess we all have two versions; the official version that houses our degrees, awards, certifications, and all things that make us who we are professionally so I’ll give you that version first.
The Official Me
I am a Master Certified Coach (MCC) through the International Coaching Federation – an internationally recognized leader in the field of coaching education, a Marriage Educator, and a Legal Investigator. I also have a Master's Degree in Psychology. Before starting my own company, 15 years ago, helping folks navigate the emotional and legal aspects of the divorce process or, build stronger marriages, I was a stay-at-home mom for 13 years.
During my career, I’ve worn a few hats. I began my career as a Divorce Coach and Marriage Educator and, over the years started writing about all aspects of divorce online. For 11 years I was the Divorce Support Expert for About.com. You can find me published in The Huffington Post, Your Tango, and several other major publications.
Five years ago, I launched DivorcedMoms.com. An online resource for divorcing and divorced women. That website eventually sold to Divorce Marketing Group of Toronto and I stayed on as the Managing Editor. The most rewarding aspect of creating a resource for women is knowing that our visitors, up to 390,000 a month find valuable information to help them navigate and rebuild after divorce.
I’m lucky to have a two-pronged career. One that enables me to help thousands of women monthly and, at the same time work one-on-one with individual divorcing clients as a coach and mentor. I glue back together those who are feeling as if they’ve come unglued.
Fulfilling Untapped Potential,
Navigating the Emotional and Legal Land field of Divorce,
Co-Parenting with a Difficult Ex
Dealing with a Toxic Narcissistic or Passive Aggressive Ex,
Work/Life/Relationship Balance Issues,
Removing Fears Surrounding Rebuilding and Moving on With Their Life,
Setting Realistic Expectations,
Clarify Thoughts, Needs, and Concerns,
Getting in Touch with Personal Strengths,
Provide Support, Motivation, and Encouragement