I’m here to support you in getting out of debt. In the process, you will develop a more satisfying and healthy relationship with money.


I have had many interesting jobs, including helping people file bankruptcy. While working with clients as a bankruptcy law assistant, I became interested in the practical, emotional and psychological aspects of debt. I saw first-hand the shame and stress that money struggle inspires.

Helping people in financial crisis start over in that bankruptcy office was fulfilling because I could see their stress melt away, but I felt a desire to help them more thoroughly. I regretted that we hadn’t prevented the crisis sooner. I was also concerned about what came next. What was going to happen after the bankruptcy? Were our clients going to change their habits, turn their lives around and know how to build wealth? How much was bankruptcy really helping them?

Financial empowerment and prosperity is what I wanted for those clients, and it’s what I want for you. I’m here to help you build the kind of peaceful, harmonious, empowered and inspired relationship with money that I want in my own life.

I’ve had my own share of ups and downs with money. As a natural spender, I know the struggle. Debt is certainly something I’ve dabbled in myself. Haven’t we all? I know first-hand the temptations, mind trips and delusions that go with it. I know the frustration and disappointment associated with wanting what lies beyond my means. I also know what it feels like to take control and start making different financial decisions.

If you want different outcomes in your life, you need a fresh mindset that will inspire new behaviors. There is no quick fix, but an ongoing process. With coaching, you can transform yourself and your finances more quickly and easily…with lasting results.


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