Throughout our lives, we encounter loss & change.
These challenges may result in grief and the inability to move through experiences related to loss.
We typically associate loss to the death of a loved one, however, loss can also be:
~ a job or career
~ a home
~ belief system
~ physical limitations
Loss & change have profound impacts on our lives, whether we recognize it or not.
We have a tendency to resist change and the uncertainty that comes along with it.
We struggle when we experience a lack of control in life.
Recognizing that our story is malleable, embracing change, and learning to grow is essential to craft our next chapter.
Often times old, entrenched beliefs and behaviors, coupled with our environment, prevent us from processing and moving through loss & change.
I HELP GUIDE MY CLIENTS TOWARD SHIFTING THEIR PERCEPTION TO CREATE A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON ANY GIVEN SITUATION.
I TAP INTO MY FORMAL EDUCATION, VARIOUS CERTIFICATIONS, AND LIFE EXPERIENCE TO EMPOWER MY CLIENTS TO EMBRACE HEALING.
Kind words from clients...
"Macy’s empathic nature, ability to listen, and passion for helping those in need are irreplaceable assets when it comes to her coaching sessions."
"I started working with Macy after getting sick while continuing to work on autopilot through the pandemic in the country’s epicenter, New York City. I found myself in a place of constant worry, crippling anxiety, and feelings of loss, as I battled my mind over health concerns, lack of fulfillment, and job security. Macy helped me pull myself out of the tailspin by helping me look inward and challenging me to address my perspectives and goals surrounding my career path, past experiences, and personal beliefs.
- RICH, LIFE COACH CLIENT
"Macy literally saved me from making some big mistakes and helped me to think clearer. I am so thankful for all that she's done for me in our sessions together."
- KENNETH, LIFE COACH CLIENT
A quote about the impacts of life coaching...
"Here's the deal. The human soul doesn't want to be advised or fixed or saved. It simply wants to be witnessed - to be seen, heard and companioned exactly as it is. When we make that kind of deep bow to the soul of a suffering person, our respect reinforces the soul's healing resources, the only resources that can help the sufferer make it through."