Get Clear About the Work You Want &

Move Forward on a Path You Love

The Career Clarity Group

Small Group Coaching for
People Committed to Social Change

Next Cohort Starts May 30, 2024
Applications Close May 18

On Zoom | 4 Spaces | Solidarity Pricing

Do you find yourself up at night, asking any of the following questions…?

  • Should I stay at this job or leave?
  • Should I change careers? Get a different job? Start my own thing?
  • Is it possible to fall back in love with the work I do?
  • How do I think outside the box and see more possibilities?
  • What do I really want for work in the next phase of my life??

If you’ve been working hard to make a difference in your community, are facing burnout, conflict, or dissatisfaction in your current work, and you want to get clear and confident about what’s next, you’re in the right place.

If you feel a bit lost right now, doubting your ability to create the career you want, guilty about letting people down, or worried about how a change might affect the rest of your life, I created the Career Clarity Group for you.

In a quest for clarity, you may have tried many things—

—talking with a therapist, partner, or friends, scouring online job postings, reading books, filling out career-related assessments, making changes at work, hoping your current situation will improve on its own, and other strategies. Some of these steps may have helped you somewhat. But often, they don’t get us all the way there.

Over eleven years of coaching changemakers to create careers they love, I’ve found that most people need an approach that supports them with both the inner and outer work of clarity.

In the inner realm, we need to discern what we need and want in the next phase of our work, heal old belief and behavior patterns that keep us stuck, and focus on what matters most to us. When people don’t do this inner work, they risk repeating old patterns that lead to burnout again in their future career.

In the outer realm, we often need to have conversations to discern whether change is possible in our current work, discover how what we want to offer aligns with what our ideal clients and employers need, experiment with new paths, search for new jobs, and so forth.

I’ve designed the Career Clarity Group to give you the support you need to do both the inner and outer work of career clarity—to understand what you want in the next phase of your career, regain your sense of confidence, and navigate skillfully to work you love.

I felt unfulfilled in my current work, unclear on what work I wanted to do, and disappointed in my efforts to obtain a new role at my current organization. I chose to work with Katherine because her approach seemed more holistic—inclusive of the mind, body, and heart—than other career coaches.

Katherine’s kind and supportive guidance and accountability helped me learn more about myself than I had cumulatively in all my years until then. It is not hyperbole: Katherine helped me change the trajectory of my life.

I highly recommend Katherine’s career coaching services to anyone seeking clarity on who they are, who they want to be, and their life’s calling.


The Career Clarity Group offers a robust container of support over the course of six months.

Why is this program six months long?

Clarity is an emergent phenomenon, an iterative process that unfolds over time. It’s like holding a lantern in the dark. We often cannot see far ahead, but when we choose our next steps with care, we can slowly but surely create a work life we love.

When it comes to our careers, most people don’t just get clear about their final destination and then take action. Most people get clear by taking action. Clarity emerges through step after baby step, choice after little choice.

Over the years, I’ve discovered that most people get clear within six months. And although some people get clear far faster, over the years, I’ve found that when people are given less than six months, it can create a sense of pressure, perpetuate patterns of setting unrealistic expectations, and rob people of the spaciousness needed for emergence to unfold.

Will I definitely be able to find another job in the six months we work together?

As much as I wish I could, I cannot promise how long it will take you to get a new job. Sometimes, people find a new job right at the beginning of the group, and the group supports them to develop the habits they need to prevent burnout and feel fulfilled in their new job. Sometimes, people figure out what they want and get on track with their career search, but they don’t yet find exactly what they’re looking for before the group is over.

What I can promise you is that if you show up consistently and ask your questions when they arise, you will become clear about the work-life you want, get on track toward work you love, and learn to sustain your energy for a long time into the future.

What if I feel complete before the six months are done?

To create a supportive group container, I ask that all participants join with a commitment to stay for the entire six months. Even when participants find new careers before the end of six months, many report being grateful for the support to show up at their new jobs in ways that honor their needs.

That said, if you are not receiving what you need from the group, you bring your concerns to me, and I am unable to address them, you are free to leave the group before the six months are over.

I was a high-achieving workaholic with a very successful career and a young son, and I needed to figure out how to find some balance in my life. However, as I worked with Katherine, I gained so much more.

Not only have I achieved more work-life balance than ever, but I also gained the courage and self-confidence to let go of things that held me back from being my full self. I learned to listen to my intuition, quiet the inner critic, set healthy boundaries, and am creating space for what I’m most excited about—a budding new entrepreneurial career and a life aligned with my truest self.


The Career Clarity Group weaves together several elements to help you get clear about what’s next and create a career you love.

Let’s take a tour through each element:

One: Opening & Closing Sessions

We begin our work together with a two-hour opening session to get to know each other, go over what to expect and how to make the most of our time together, get an overview of the career clarity process, and envision the next horizon of the life you long for.

At the end of our six months, we close our work together with another separate final session. During this time, participants celebrate their learning, define next learning edges, and create a plan for support in the months ahead.

Two: Supported Inside View Journaling Exploration

The inside view is an understanding of what you need and want in your work-life. It’s important to get the inside view as early as possible in the career clarity process so that you can start getting the outside view—an understanding of what your ideal clients and employees need and want—and taking steps toward the work-life you long for.

With this in mind, at the beginning of our work together, I guide you through a process of gathering the inside view—clarifying your core values, the skills you want to use and strengthen, your ideal working conditions and schedule, your ideal employers or clients, how you feel called to show up for social change, how much money you want to aim to earn, and so forth.

You share your responses to me in a Google doc, I ask follow-up questions, and we go back and forth in a written conversation until we narrow down a list of priority work-life ingredients and possible work-life paths you’ll pursue.

Three: Six Months of Small Group Coaching

After our initial session, we meet twice per month for ninety-minutes on Zoom with your four-person cohort. At the beginning of every session, each participant shares something “new and good” related to our work together, and I guide a centering practice.

Then, two people receive personalized coaching from me while the other participants witness with the intent to learn and support. I begin each coaching conversation by asking you what you want to walk away from the session with, and we focus there. Rather than teaching a linear, step-by-step curriculum, which may or may not apply to you, we tailor our conversations to meet your needs.

Because each person is facing similar challenges, each person benefits whether they receive coaching or are witnessing others’ coaching. And seeing your fellow group members nod and smile as you share your challenges can be like medicine that gets you through the hardest times.

At the end of each person’s coaching, a fellow participant expresses a gift they received from bearing witness. Finally, we close each session with participants sharing something they’re taking away from the session and something they’re committed to doing before the next session.

Four: Weekly Written Check-Ins with Compassionate Accountability & Thought Partnership

To support and guide the ongoing process of clarity and confidence-building, participants write a weekly reflection in a group forum, sharing celebrations, challenges, questions, and next steps.

I read each person’s reflections and respond at least once in between sessions.

Five: The Career Clarity Guidebook, The Scheduling Boundaries Guidebook, and What to Do When You Don’t Know What to do: A Guide to Radical Discernment

These three guidebooks walk you through the essential practices that I’ve come to rely on to help my clients honor their needs, get clear about what they long for, focus on what matters most, and create careers they love.

You’ll have lifelong access to these workbooks so that you can return to them long into the future whenever you need support.

Six: Online Group Forum to Ask All Your Questions

Throughout the course, I encourage you to share questions and insights in our group forum. I will read and respond to every question, either through a written response or live in our sessions.

My work with Katherine gave me the space to imagine and trust that there could be something different that would be even better, as opposed to just slogging down the same trail pulling the weight behind me forever. And it was true!

My free time is now truly mine, and I am exploring areas of interest that bring me great joy and spending more time with friends and family.

As I set goals for myself over the last few years, the word “freedom” kept coming up. My goal was freedom, and now I have more freedom than I’ve ever had. My goal was to have ease, and I have more ease than ever before.


Hi! I’m Katherine Golub, MBA, PCC (she/her).

Since 2013, I’ve coached community leaders, organizers, activists, and others who are committed to social change and yet grapple with burnout. For the first several years of my business, I focused on coaching changemakers to take better care of themselves and healers to grow their businesses.

But five years into my practice, while preparing for my MBA capstone in 2018, I decided to analyze which words my clients used most frequently. That’s how I discovered that the words my clients used most often to describe what they want from our work together are clarity, confidence, focus, and balance. More than anything, my clients wanted to get clear about what was next in their careers.

I decided to read all the books I could find about discerning what’s next in your work life, but I didn’t find one that adequately addressed my clients’ concerns. So I decided to create the curriculum myself.

Over eleven years into coaching, I’m still passionate about helping my clients heal burnout, get clear about what’s next, and create work-lives they love. To learn more about my story and background, click here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions About Program Logistics

When will the group meet?

Thursdays at 12-1:30pm EST. Cohort Starting May 30, 2024.

If one of these dates does not work for you but you are interested in joining, please let me know. Depending on participants’ availability and my own schedule, I am sometimes able to shift dates before the six months begin to accommodate participant schedules.

May 30 | June 6, 20 | July 11, 18 | Aug 1, 29 | Sept 12, 26 | Oct 10, 24 | Nov 7, 14, 28


This says there are only four spots per cohort. Is that true? What happens if the group fills up?

Yes, it’s true. After trying many iterations of group coaching over the years, I’ve found that four people is the best number of people to ensure that each participant receives ample attention and to create a sense of intimacy for the group.

I enroll new participants on a rolling basis up until the application close date. If you apply after the group is full, you can join my waiting list, and I’ll let you know when the next cohort will begin. I start new cohorts every three months or so.

After the May cohort fills, the next group will likely begin in October on Fridays at 12-1:30pm.

Do I have to be able to attend all coaching sessions to take part in the program?

I highly recommend trying to attend all group sessions; attending at a regular cadence helps build momentum and maintain accountability. And when you’re missing, the group feels your absence. That said, if you do have to miss a meeting, please let me and your cohort know.

Participants pay the monthly rate regardless of whether they attend all the sessions.

If you already know that a date will not work for you, please let me know.  Occasionally, I can change the dates at the beginning of our six months to accommodate participants’ schedules.

How much time will I need to devote to make the most of this experience?

You’ll need to be able to regularly invest the following chunks of time to make the most out of this program:

  1. Attending sessions. In months one and six, there are three 90-minute sessions. In months two through five, there are two 90-minute sessions.
  2. Writing a weekly reflection and responding to others. Each week, you’ll reflect on your celebrations, challenges, questions, and next steps and share these in a group forum. I also ask that you read and respond to one other participant’s check-in and my responses to you (which I write about once every two weeks). These check-ins take most people about fifteen minutes to one hour per week.
  3. Engaging with the Inside View journaling. At the beginning of our time together, I invite you to work through the Inside View journal prompts to clarify your priority work-life ingredients, and I respond with follow-up questions in a back-and-forth written conversation. This exploration takes most people several hours in the first month.
  4. Engaging with additional practices and taking action steps tailored to your unique goals and needs. Rather than being a cookie-cutter class where everyone follows the same curriculum, your actions between sessions depend on what you hope to accomplish.

    When people decide to actively pursue a new job, the job search process typically requires several hours per week.

One of my favorite quotes is, “Love is 90% pacing,” and that holds true here. Some people will be called to invest more time, while others will need to say no to doing much more. Learning to pace yourself well is one of the aims of our work together, and I will support you in honoring your limits.

Can I do both private and group coaching?

This is a great question! If you long for extra support at the beginning of our work together and it is within your means, I typically recommend clients add the month of deep-diving, container-creating support that I start my private clients with.

This month includes two two-hour sessions plus back-and-forth communication through email. During this time, we craft a personalized development plan with a vision statement, competency-based outcomes tailored to meet your needs, and an embodied commitment statement.

While this time is absolutely not necessary to get a ton out of this program (only a small percentage of clients do this extra month), this addition to group coaching helps my clients create an incredibly strong launchpad for our work together. This first month is an additional $1500.

Additionally, when group coaching clients want to work with me for additional private sessions, I am happy to add these sessions as time allows. The rate for this is $300 for one hour and $500 for two hours.

Lest you worry that you need to add this support but find it financially unaffordable, please know that most of my clients find the group coaching container to be plenty of support for them.

Questions About Whether the Program is a Good Match for You

Is this a safe or supportive experience for people of the global majority?

If you are Black, Indigenous, Latine, AAPI, or a person of color, I appreciate you taking the time to consider what the best support system might be for you.

As a white person socialized in white supremacy culture, I am deeply committed to consistently developing my anti-racist facilitation skills, centering group agreements that minimize harm, and maintaining open lines of feedback to make my coaching as supportive as possible. If you join the Career Clarity Group, I will do everything possible to create an environment of trust, safety, and support for you.

At the same time, I want to acknowledge that I cannot promise to prevent all harm, there is always a risk that white supremacy culture could show up in some way in our work together, and it is possible that you could be the only person of color in the group. I also acknowledge that people of color often encounter racial microaggressions and other manifestations of racism in their career journeys, obstacles which white folks do not encounter.

You deserve spaces where your experience is centered, and you may feel more trust and resonance with a coach who shares your racial or ethnic identity. For these reasons, I want to share with you recommendations to practitioners of color, in case you might feel better-supported by them.

For career coaching for women of color, I recommend checking out Embrace Change. I’m on the lookout for other career coaches of color, and I welcome you to send me any recommendations to

For personal transformation more generally, you might also want to check out these coaches, healers, and teachers: adrienne maree brown, Alok Vaid-Menon, Denise Collazo, generative somatics, Jaiya John, Kai Cheng Thom, Lama Rod Owens, Layla Saad, Leonie Smith, Lewis Mehl-Madrona, Michele Cassandra Johnson, Ntathu Allen, Octavia Raheem, Omkari Williams, Oriana Falkowski, Paths to Peace, POC4NVC, Rocio Rosales Meza, Roxy Manning, Stephanie Ghoston Paul, Tara Rivera, The Embodiment Institute, The Red Ma’at Collective, Sonya Renee Taylor, Valarie Kaur, and Yaba Blay.

After reading all this, if you still feel called to join the group, I would be so happy to have you. Either way, I hope you find precisely the support you need, and I welcome you to reach out to me with any thoughts or questions.

I’m really burned out in my changemaking work, and I’m not sure if I want to continue to make social justice my paid work. Is that okay with you?

Absolutely. It makes complete sense that you are burned out and uncertain about what’s next. This program will offer you the spaciousness you need to explore all possibilities and to craft a life that honors all of your needs regardless of whether you decide to make social justice your paid work or not.

I’m burned out, but I’m not sure if I want to change jobs or if I can make changes so I can feel aligned in my current work again. Is this a good fit for me?

Yes. About half of my clients decide to pursue other jobs, but about half end up falling back in love with their current work again. My aim in this program is to help you make the changes necessary to honor your needs and values, and that can look many ways.

Who are the other people in the group? What if I don’t like them?

I appreciate this question because who you share this experience with matters. While I cannot promise that you’ll feel a sense of synergy with the other group members, I can share that in eight years of facilitating these groups, I’ve never yet encountered a situation in which participants have expressed not liking or feeling a sense of resonance with each other.

This may be because of the fact that I interview every potential member before inviting them in—looking to ensure a good fit—or because of how I facilitate the group. Whatever the reason, group participants report experiencing a sense of deep resonance and camaraderie with one another and sometimes even develop lasting friendships.

What exactly does the interaction between participants look like?

At the beginning of every session, each participant shares something “new and good” related to our work together, and I guide a centering practice.

Then, the bulk of the session is me coaching at least two people—one at a time—while everyone else witnesses with the intent to support and learn. At the end of each person’s coaching, a fellow participant expresses a gift they received from bearing witness.

Unlike other group programs where participants provide coaching or advice to peers, in this group, participants are only expected to listen with the intent to learn and support, not to mentor each other. Participants can absolutely reach out to each other to request thought-partnering, but that is optional.

Finally, we close each session with participants sharing something they’re taking away from the session and something they’re committed to doing before the next session.

Between sessions, participants write a weekly check-in in an online group forum, and each participant reads and responds to at least one other person’s sharing.

I am really drained from holding space for other people. How much will I need to hold space for other participants?

Unlike other group programs where participants provide coaching or advice to peers, this group is different. There is very little back-and-forth interaction during sessions. Instead, we begin and close the sessions with brief sharing circles, and the bulk of the session consists of two people receiving coaching with everyone else witnessing with the intent to learn and support, not to mentor each other.

Participants can absolutely reach out to each other to request thought-partnering, but that is optional.

Additional Questions

Do you offer coaching options?

Absolutely! If you long for one-to-one support, I invite you to check out my professional coaching services. And if you’re a social change leader who’s facing conflict, overwhelm, or self-doubt and who wants to increase your effectiveness and ease in your current work, I invite you to check out my Leadership Circle.

I’m having technical trouble filling out the form below.

No problem. We can help. Email, and we’ll get you all set up.

Before our group began, Katherine reached out to have a conversation and let me know that despite her best efforts to reach out to various marginalized folks, I’d likely be the only trans person in the group. She took the time to talk with me and ask if there was anything she could do to make the space more supportive. No one has ever done that before.

When challenging feelings around my trans identity surfaced in relation to the group’s dynamics or my journey growing my business, I reached out to Katherine, and I always felt supported by our conversations, our plan of action, and Katherine’s follow-through.

The support from Katherine and cohorts helped me refocus when I encountered transphobic treatment while growing my business. Rather than feeling defeated or throwing in the towel—which I believe I would have done if I’d been on my own—the support helped me see that moment as a bump in the road, use it as an opportunity to discern what I really wanted, and keep going.

I found my dream gig, and still, six months later, doors just keep opening. The possibilities feel endless.


Solidarity Pricing

I offer the Career Clarity Group at a sliding scale from $1800 and $3600 for six months, depending on your individual and organizational access to money and wealth. Solidarity pricing is an attempt to distribute resources equitably between circle participants.

Please reflect on the following self-assessment questions to determine the rate that best fits your resources. I recognize that each person’s experience regarding these factors is complex, and I hope these questions support reflective discernment. Most of this list is sourced from the Anti-Oppression Resource & Training Alliance (AORTA):

  • Are you and your family homeowners or landowners?
  • Have you attended private education institutions or do you have an advanced degree?
  • Are your bills or credit cards on autopay?
  • Have you not had difficulty accessing and affording healthcare or health insurance for you or your family members?
  • Do you have little to no debt and/or do you have disposable income?
  • Do you have a safety net composed of “financially stable” or wealthy friends?
  • Do you have U.S. Citizenship?
  • Does your income only support you and not other loved ones?
  • Have you or do you expect to inherit money or property?
  • Have you (or could you have) attended college?
  • Have you (or could you have) attended graduate school?
  • Is your organization paying for at least a part of your enrollment?

Based on your answers to the self-assessment, here are the suggested rates.

  • Almost all no: $1,800 ($300/month)
  • More no than yes: $2,400 ($400/month)
  • More yes than no: $3,000 ($500/month)
  • All or almost all yes: $3,600 ($600/month)

If you work for an organization that offers professional development funding to staff, I encourage you to ask your organization for the funds to cover your enrollment. Although it might feel strange to apply professional development funds to career clarity coaching, I’ve found that about half of my clients fall back in love with the work they currently do and re-engage with their work in a more alive and effective way. This can therefore be a wise investment for organizations, and I am happy to provide documentation to support your request.

Feel free to reach out to me at with any questions.

Get Clear About the Work You Want &

Move Forward on a Path You Love

The Career Clarity Group

Small Group Coaching for
People Committed to Social Change

Next Cohort Starts May 30, 2024
Applications Close May 18

On Zoom | 4 Spaces | Solidarity Pricing

How to Enroll in the Career Clarity Group:

If you’re excited to receive the support you need to get clear and confident about what’s next in your work life, I’d be so excited for you to join an upcoming cohort. Each cohort has a maximum of four participants.

To enroll, every participant must first do a free, initial discovery call with me (Katherine), and spaces are first come, first served after the initial call. I welcome you to set up a call with me! To do so, please fill out the application below and click the link below that to set a time to meet. Then, we’ll get on the phone and discern whether the program is a good match. I look forward to speaking with you soon!

Career Clarity Group Application Form

Before you fill out the application…

I recommend typing your answers into a separate text document and cutting and pasting them into the fields below. In rare cases, the technology goes wonky, and this makes it easier for you to resubmit if necessary. Thank you for taking the time!


On the fence about whether to reach out?

I understand. It’s a big investment, and you want to make sure it’s right for you. If you were my coaching client, I’d encourage you to do the following:

    • Check in with your body: In your mind’s eye, imagine participating in the group. How does the idea feel in your body—good and exciting? Good but scary/exhilarating? Those are good signs.
    • Explore the cost: Ask yourself: What is the cost of participating in the course? What is the cost of not joining? Which is greater?
    • Turn toward your Voice of Doubt with love and kindness. Our Voice of Doubt is the part that says Yeah, but… and What if… when we get closer to making a big decision that aligns with our heart’s longings but comes with a cost.

Do your best to turn toward your Voice of Doubt with love and kindness and ask what it needs. Then, ask yourself: How might I move forward in a way that honors my many needs?

      • Reflect: What are your intentions for the next phase of your life? Does participating in this course feel well aligned with your intentions or not? What does your inner knowing say?

If your inner knowing says no, honor that. If it says maybe, check in with yourself about whether you have any questions. If you think the course is what you need but have questions, please ask by emailing your questions to me at I don’t want an unasked question or unexpressed concern to keep you from getting clear.

If your inner knowing says yes, I hope you will reach out. And, remember that you do not need to make any commitment before getting on the free call.

And if now’s not the time, but you’d love to receive a taste of my work and morsels of guidance each week, I invite you to receive my weekly Love Letters to Changemakers. Click here to subscribe.

Client Testimonials

Before working with Katherine, I was burned out after decades of work as a teacher, but I didn’t know what I wanted to do with the next phase of my life. Katherine normalized my struggles, encouraged me, and helped me believe that I deserve a more satisfying life. Her intuitive, compassionate approach made me feel like I had a friend by my side through this process of change.

Six months later, my work has taken a direction that feels so right for me—disaster relief work. And I am so pleased with the unexpected growth in my relationships. I continue using many of the practices Katherine taught me regularly, especially when I need to discern and take next steps.

I highly recommend Katherine to anyone who wants to more intentionally move through life, figure out how to make a positive impact while taking care of themselves, and experience more wholeness and joy.

Domi Long

I was feeling very down and stuck about my writing career. Having gotten an MFA a decade before, I had spent the intervening years building a successful business, but I couldn’t seem to get my own creative work off the ground.

Katherine patiently helped me to tease out the issues holding me back in every aspect of my life and to figure out the conditions that would help me become the writer I wanted to be. We started meeting in December, in January I began writing a novel, and by May I had found an agent for my book!

There’s no question in my mind that without Katherine’s directed, incisive support, I would not have been able to move forward as quickly and successfully as I have.


A year and a half into COVID, I was burned out and emotionally exhausted.

Katherine helped me recognize what was holding me back from taking care of myself, address deeper lifelong patterns that led to overworking, and recommit to a practice of self-compassion.

She helped me discern which items to prioritize and hold myself accountable for moving projects forward. I reorganized my schedule, revised my website and prices, set up a new accounting system, and developed new practices to regain and maintain my energy.

I no longer feel burned out. Instead, I’m in what feels like a whole new phase of my practice and am enjoying growing the non-work areas of my life. I can’t recommend Katherine’s support enough!


Since my twenties, I’ve attended seminars about personal growth. None came close to working with Katherine. Her approach helped me develop a better mindset and a practical skill set for starting my own consultancy. She helped me identify and overcome habits that were no longer helpful and replace them with more productive and healthy behaviors.

Now, when facing a difficult choice or juggling too many tasks at once, I refer back to the goals Katherine helped me develop to prioritize and make the right decision. Now I journal daily, which helps me set my thoughts aside for reflection at my leisure. And when things get too intense, I pause and return my attention to my body and mind.

A few weeks before leaving my career of thirty-three years, I had consulting work lined up that was meaningful, lucrative, and within my wheelhouse. I credit Katherine with helping me make my new calling a reality, find more joy and balance in my life, and develop the tools to continue moving forward.


When I started coaching with Katherine, I fit the definition of physician burnout. I was exhausted—physically, emotionally, spiritually. My compassion fatigue felt like an insurmountable barrier between me and those I cared for. And the healthcare system made me feel like a useless cog in a dysfunctional machine.

When I started working with Katherine, I actually feared regaining a sense of hope. I thought that if I started to believe I could find fulfillment and peace, I might set myself up for a huge fall. Despite my initial resistance, Katherine helped me ignite a tiny spark of hope. And this time it was not the naive hope of an idealistic girl. It was a hard earned, realistic hope. I emerged from a dark tunnel of limitations into a wide open space of possibilities.

Katherine helped me discover that I already had all the answers I needed. I just needed a wise partner/guide to help me uncover them and accountability to put them into action. Her process of asking deep, penetrating questions with unconditional positive regard and using the answers to craft practical action steps did more in six months than years of therapy had before.


When I first reached out to Katherine, I was building a private practice as a trauma healing practitioner and struggling to market myself consistently. I felt overwhelmed trying to figure out which tasks to prioritize, and I hoped that Katherine would provide accountability. It ended up being so much deeper than that.

We got to the heart of the inner dynamics that were inhibiting me from marketing myself consistently. It turns out, my inconsistency wasn’t laziness, but tied to deep-seated inner fears. With Katherine’s support, I was able to identify these fears and heal them. As someone who has done a lot of inner work, the depth of the healing I experienced over just six months of working with Katherine boggles my mind!

After years of feeling creatively stagnant, it’s like the dams have opened and my creative energy is flowing freely and abundantly. I feel energized about my mission, excited to share through my marketing, and confident that I can steer my business forward as it continues to grow and expand.

I enthusiastically recommend Katherine to anyone who feels blocked or unsure about which direction to move in next. Her holistic approach will help you get beyond superficial solutions to the heart of what’s holding you back. It’s deep work that will transform your work and your life.


When I first came to see Katherine, I was struggling between starting a new business and not knowing if I was starting the right business. I was looking for a definitive answer to that question. My day-to-day was frantic. I wanted to do so much for so many people. I was having a difficult time charging people a wage that was livable for me. My schedule was dictated by what my clients wanted, not what I needed.

After months of trying to fix the problems on my own, I knew if I wanted to make my business work and be successful, I needed some help.

Katherine taught me how to say no and create boundaries. I now have better control over the time that I spend, and I take myself more seriously in my work and my relationships with my clients. My nerves and my being are more settled and comfortable in my life. And now, when life is starting to feel unsettled, I have the ability to change how I respond to it and regain control and a sense of calm.


Before I met Katherine, I struggled with the “fear of getting started,” or what I called FOGS. Katherine taught me to calm my mind and choose my next step with wisdom. I rely on the practices she taught me to manage my workload without feeling overwhelmed and get started on things easily.

Coaching helped me to shift my role at work. Before, I was caught in the weeds doing technical work. Now, I am the point person for a strategic program to increase accessibility in online user experience. It’s fascinating work.

Whereas before I wasn’t very communicative, I now communicate early, often, and well. Opening myself up to working with other people was key to my current success.

Once my work improved, it opened everything else up too, like family and friendships. It still fascinates me how working on one piece of my life ripples out in so many directions.



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