Attempting to get through significant life transitions on our own can often be frustrating and unsuccessful. As a transition coach, I help clients find their way through emotionally intense times, navigate difficult detours and delays, and adopt better tools to move beyond “just muddling through” to creating a path to an intentional life.
I myself have had a number of transitions. What has held me through it all is finding special people along the way, the ones that seem beyond a teacher or mentor. They are the ones that SEE ME. They challenge me in ways I yearn to be challenged. They hold space in a way that is so safe I expose my underbelly. They hold me while I cry and laugh with me as we face the joy of being human, together.
My quest is to offer this same space, energy and time to others. My approach helps people navigate change, gain deeper insight, grow competency in transition skills, and build resilience.
I am a daughter, sister, mother, granddaughter, colleague, and friend. I am a mother of four, yet only 3 walk the earth. I was a stay at home mom, I am now a working mom. I have been married, divorced, remarried and, am now a widow. I have aging parents and children still at home. I am a student, I am a teacher. I have had many roles. I have had many transitions.
I bring all of this and more to my work in serving others.
What I Specialize In
Leslie provides a healthy progression of ideas and personal accountability, while also being able to witness the growth of others.
-Shannon, group coaching client
If you are looking for support, encouragement, clarity... the will to live a daring life, that takes you to the edge of your seat and gives you everything you dream of, then fasten up your spiritual seat belt and take a chance on Leslie. More importantly, take a chance on yourself. Really, if not now, when?
- Des, coaching client
Leslie created such a safe space for our group that empowered me to be vulnerable and have some breakthrough insights. Honestly, it is hard to express in words how powerful the coaching program was.