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I like to say that I’m a life coach for people who are skeptical of life coaches.

I was skeptical of coaches, too. I was an Ivy League-educated management consultant. Then I worked at a tech start-up. I’m very into reason and logic, and life coaches just seemed…well, sketchy, if I’m being honest. 

I was skeptical of coaches until working with a coach changed my life. I know that’s a big claim, but I mean it. Working with a coach changed my life, and is the reason I became a coach myself.

If the word “life coach” turns you off, you can call me a “personal coach” or an “integral coach” (that’s the methodology I’m trained in. More on that below.) Or just a plain ol’ “coach.”

Is coaching right for you?

While therapists often work with folks with serious psychological disorders, coaches specialize in working with people who mostly "have it together" in their lives — mostly paying their bills, honoring their life commitments, etc. — but who still feel like something is "off." 

This distinction is important. Everything in your life doesn't have to be horrible, but you could be feeling a yearning for something different, or a sinking sense that something isn't right. 

What's "off" could take many different forms:

  • On paper, your life looks pretty good. But somehow you don't feel as satisfied or happy as you'd like

  • You’re burnt out. Extremely burnt out.

  • You feel stuck and aren't exactly sure why. Or maybe you do know why, but you aren't sure what to do about it!

  • You're overwhelmed by work, relationships, or commitments.

  • You know that you need to make a change, but keep procrastinating.

  • You'd like more meaning, or to feel more authentic in your day-to-day life.

  • You want more confidence, or to feel less insecure or anxious.

  • You feel like you don’t know yourself, or you don’t know what “path” you want to follow in your life.

Tell me more about coaching.

My coaching approach integrates logic and reason with emotional, somatic, and relational intelligence. 

I believe that adult development matters. Many of us think that we're "done" developing once we hit our twenties, but nothing could be further from the truth. As we face new opportunities and difficulties in our personal and professional lives, we need to continue growing and learning.

My coaching focuses on helping people develop, so they can better handle and thrive within their own lives. 

My approach is an integral one. That means that no matter what you are struggling with, I am interested in you as a whole person. If you are struggling with a specific problem at work, for example, we will likely also discuss your relationships in general, your environment, your self-care habits, your sources of anxiety and pleasure, and more. 

Coaching is also pragmatic, and requires engagement from you. In addition to our sessions together, you'll be asked to spend some time each week reading, reflecting, or taking on some new actions. This work is essential and is another way in which coaching can be different and, depending on the person, more potent than therapy. When you take action each day or each week, you are more likely to notice larger shifts. 

Coaching is a relatively new profession, so it makes sense that you might have questions. I’ve tried to answer common questions here.


About me

I never expected to become a coach. I worked in the corporate world as a management consultant and at a tech start-up.

But even though I was pretty "together" in my life and felt happy a lot of the time, there were a lot of things that just didn't feel quite right. I started doing some self-reflection on my own, and realized that there were a lot of things that weren't working about my life — my relationships, my work, where I lived, and especially how I ate. I made some progress on my own, but it was working with a coach that really changed the way I thought about and acted in my life. 

One of my favorite things is helping people understand themselves better while becoming more deep, strong, and authentic in the world. 

I believe that most of us won't have a life path that is 100% linear — which can be a challenge for those of us who want safety and certainty. Support in finding our way through the windy path of life can be another way that coaching can be useful.

My professional credentials

I'm a certified coach (ACC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF), the only independent licensing organization for coaches. I completed my coach training and Integral Coach certification with New Ventures West, one of the oldest coaching schools in the profession. 

My undergraduate degree is from Princeton University, Magna Cum Laude.

Work with me

I work with individual clients around the world over video conference. I also take on in-person clients in the Los Angeles/Glendale area. If you'd like to work with me, please fill out this form! I'd love to hear from you.


While I love to work with clients on a range of personal and professional topics, I also do some work specifically for people who are frustrated with their eating + weight through the Dessert Club.