With 20+ years of coaching experience, Julie has helped thousands of clients improve their relationships with children, exes, partners, drugs and alcohol, food, body image, anxiety, chronic pain, grief, and themselves.
Julie is a Relationship and Life coach who will help you figure out how to deal with the most difficult, yet often most important relationships. From divorce and co-parenting to difficult people in the workplace. Julie will help you identify authentic and effective boundaries while still achieving your goals.
If you have been fighting a never-ending battle with the most important people and things in your life, Julie can help you make small but powerful sustainable changes that lead to huge and lasting results. Her specialty is helping her clients get to the heart of an issue and build strategies that will help them feel empowered, capable, and confident in their ability to change their lives and while having fun in the process.
Julie believes that change comes when we commit to it. We all want to commit to things that bring us joy, pride and satisfaction and Julie will work tirelessly to ensure that together, you are finding the ways that make your journey fun, inspiring and exciting.
Yes life is hard, change is hard.
Why not have fun in the process?
Julie is a Certified Professional Coach from the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching, as well as a certified career counselor from New York University. She has experience and training in Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Effective Communication, and Mindfulness techniques with a background working in business and Human Resources. Julie has navigated the transitions of divorce, dealing with the loss of a loved one, addiction, eating disorders and health & wellness.
Helped clients save tens of thousands of dollars in legal fees.
Helped clients quit smoking, reduce drinking, lose weight, manage chronic pain, communicate with ex-spouse, and improve relationships with their children.
Worked with two divorced coparents who ultimately remarried as a result of their progress.
I focus more on clarity and mindset shifts, with minor adjustments to behavior. I spend a lot of focus on drawing connections and identifying patterns.
I structure sessions fluidly around three essential agenda items. Point A - where is the client at Point B - where would they like to be Barriers: what are the items need to be cleared out.
I use that arc across the duration of sessions and within each one.
Clients who are curious, cerebral, and focused on their personal growth and development.
The level of clarity both they and I have around what they are looking to accomplish.
I can hear the things that aren’t being said.