New motherhood exiled me from the world I knew. I was teaching at Yale when I had my baby, and had assumed that motherhood would be easy compared to "real" work.
Instead, I found myself traumatized by a near-death experience in childbirth and I plunged into postpartum depression.
I finally received the coaching I needed and decided to change my career to help mothers like me who have faced trauma.
And so I founded the first coaching practice devoted to mothers living with PTSD. Now I offer the support I so desperately needed yet struggled to find.
These days, I live in the Rocky Mountains with my husband and son, and I work with mothers all over the world.
B.A., Cornell University,
Literature and Human Rights
Ph.D., Columbia University,
English and Comparative Literature
Jungian Life Coach Certification,
Creative Mind University
I bring to bear my background in narrative analysis, my training in evidence-based PTSD protocols, and my own experience as a mother with PTSD to deliver coaching that gives you maximum recovery in minimum sessions, because I know how important it is to meet mothers' unique needs within their limited time.