"Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside awakens.

-Carl Jung


Life Transitions as Growth Opportunities


Change is constant. Sometimes change is welcome and planned and other times it is thrust upon you without warning leaving you questioning and disoriented, gasping for air. It's your ability to adapt and respond that determines whether the transitions will be smooth or difficult. Change can happen in both your personal and professional life, and taking the time to ask questions can be a place to start investigating what these changes could mean for your life. Questions such as:

  • What does it mean for me physically, emotionally, and spiritually?
  • What does it mean for me professionally?
  • What do I need to focus on and commit to?
  • What is it time to let go of?
  • What new possibility is making itself known?

Working with change rather than avoiding what is arising is an opportunity to grow. From this perspective change can be about developing insight; finding a deeper and more compassionate understanding of yourself and those around you.

Change is a process and working with Amy's heart centered approach provides support while you release, reorient and eventually renew. Sometimes when things look like they are falling apart, can actually be a time you experience your greatest growth.

Ultimately, this allows you to discover new meaning in your personal struggles and appreciate the life lessons that come with change.


Amy encourages and supports your personal journey towards mindful living. Time spent was engaging, energizing and thought provoking helping me connect the dots from past, to present and into the future I so richly deserve to live.
— Bindu
Amy is a vibrant, energetic and committed coach who not only understands human behavior, motivation and psychology, but has practical tools to empower you to create change in your life. She combines her knowledge of health and compassion as a nurse with the expertise, curiosity and intuition of a coach.
— Dr. Sangwan