Offering coaching, personal consulting, spiritual direction, and mentoring to others is the richest privilege in my life. It is also
my gift. I truly hold that the joy of life becomes real and
tangible when we no longer have to live in the shadow of who
we really are.
For me, your life is interesting in its own complexity,
simplicity, and color.
Most of my clients come to me at a time when they know that
they need to somehow change their story, reweave or find their
own voice, or change in some way the patterns of their life.
Perhaps they're not as successful as they'd like to be —
perhaps they're curious about what is hidden from them, what
they cannot yet see in their lives.
Whatever the issue, it is my privilege to work with clients
to re-examine their lives, to unlock new perspectives and
see new realities that have been previously hidden from them.
This is an evolution of my life's work and experience.
Over the past 35+ years, I have worked with the widest possible
range of people, both in the U.S. and abroad. My experience
as a psychotherapist, my training and experience as an executive coach, personal consultant, and spiritual director,
plus my life experiences, have given me the ability to see
beyond the obvious. I use my wisdom to assist clients in recognizing
and implementing their wisdom.
My style includes deliberate straight talk, laughter,
and committed purposeful action. My colleagues and clients
know me affectionately as "The Wise Woman." That
description means that it is my style to assist men and women
to find their wisdom. I am challenging and compassionate,
empathic and direct. I will always start where you are, have
you embrace that place, and move to where you want to be. I
am trustworthy and trusting.
I work well with clients who tell the truth to the best
of their ability, are willing to look at their limiting beliefs,
self-created limitations, and permit change to happen.
Your life is a testament to who you are and how you live.
I invite you to ask yourself, "Am I ready to live more
fully than ever before?"
Harriett Simon Salinger