I help mid-career professionals uncover their core motivations and tap their intuition to guide them towards a fulfilling and financially rewarding career. I offer both individual career coaching and small-group workshops accessible in person or virtually. I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and an Instructor with the National Career Development Association. I also serve as the Events and Outreach Chair for the Colorado Career Development Association.
Education/Certifications: Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Licensed Clinical Social Worker; Master of Social Work, Clinical Practice, University of Denver; Bachelor of Social Work, Community Practice, Arizona State University; Global Career Development Facilitator Instructor (GCDFI), National Career Development Association; Career Coaching Completion, Next Stage Purpose; Waldorf Teacher Training Certification, Rudolf Steiner Centre, Toronto
Types Of Clients: Mid & Late-Career Professionals interested in a Career Transition.
Favorite Part About My Job: I love watching my clients develop more self-awareness and transform both personally and professionally.
Steadfast Do's and Don'ts: Do's: Trust your intuition. Take action. Rest, reflect, and recharge. Don'ts: Get stuck in analysis paralysis. Let fear hold you back. Give up.
Most important qualities of a good leader: They do the inner work.
My Advice for women starting their careers: Understand that your career is an evolution- there will be ups and downs. Hold the confidence that you have so much to offer, even if you are discovering what that is.
Advice I wish I'd had (or had followed): Trust your intuition.
Quote I live By: "You want to fly, you got to give up the shit that weighs you down." - Toni Morrison, Song of Solomon
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