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I use both my coaching and counselling skills to create a supportive space for you to explore the goals, challenges and changes that you seek. I will help you discover your real strengths; move you into action and make you accountable for your success. 

My super power is intuition and  my strength is empathy; I will use these to help you create forward momentum in your life. 


I am currently offering services over the phone or online using a secure conferencing system. 



I am an Associate Certified Coach through the Institute for Life Coach Training 

  • Foundations 

  • ICF Core Competencies & Ethics


In addition to coaching, in 2021, I completed 120 hrs of volunteer-led counsellor training and am currently an active Volunteer Counsellor through Esquimalt Neighbourhood House Society 

Here are some other, complimentary trainings I have done...


Over the last 25 years, I have lived and worked in many different countries and cultures.

For me, change has been a constant companion. 

My draw to coaching came from own experience in being coached. I was going through a major life shift, but for the first time felt unclear in which direction to move. Working with a coach enabled me to gain a deeper understanding of myself and my motivations. 

My career as a hairstylist has greatly contributed to my nest of skills. Spending 16+ years behind the chair, sharing intimate conversations, one-on-one, 9 hrs a day, for 5 days a week taught me a thing or two about people and what makes them tick. Most importantly, it taught me how to listen; to hear what is not being said. 

I have never been "just a hairdresser". 

I am an artist, a counsellor, an educator and a helper.

More recently I've started working with women who've had an ADD/ADHD diagnosis. 

This is familiar territory for me having had my own diagnosis a few years ago. I understand the challenges, the highs and the lows of what it means to work with this neuro-divergent (as opposed to neuro-typical) trait.

Personally, I look at it as a superpower.

Who want to be typical, anyway? 

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