Do you wish you could discuss your life with someone – what’s working, what’s not – and how to move ahead? I am a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) here to partner with you about your life.
None of us fit neatly into one category or another. You may share the experience of answering multiple-choice surveys and the frustration when none of the options quite fit. It’s so frustrating! We are complex beings and it’s important to be understood for who we are.
I love helping people – especially those who relate to the ‘square peg round hole’ phenomenon – to gain confidence, build on strengths and lead lives they feel great about.
Take a look at my site, and I look forward to hearing from you,
I work with adults on a variety of life issues and also offer two areas of specialty:
If you consider yourself an introvert (and I’m one myself), you need coaching approaches that will work for you, not for someone who is highly out-going or comfortable in the spotlight.
You can be shy, introverted, or both – and neither means that you don’t enjoy being around others! Learn how to see yourself clearly and have more energy.
Shyness: The tendency to feel awkward, worried or tense during social encounters, especially with unfamiliar people. (American Psychological Association)
Introversion: The act of directing one’s attention toward or getting gratification from one’s interest, thoughts and feelings. (Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
For Adults with ADHD:
ADHD is often misunderstood, even among those who have it themselves. Learn which struggles are related to the ADHD, which are not, and how to live more easily without spinning your wheels.
Once you know that you are whole and capable – and you stop trying to do it all on your own – the discouragement and shame start to slip away.
Feedback from Clients:
Susan’s clarity and compassion has stayed with me and given me the boost I needed.
I now feel focused and productive.
Susan understood my unique struggles and helped me discover what was going on. I feel like I accept myself at a new level and approach my life so much more easily.
I’ve taken what I’ve learned with me. I now catch myself before sinking into old thinking patterns, and instead go forward with confidence.