I love supporting people--friends, family, colleagues, neighbors, strangers. That's why I became a social worker nearly 20 years ago. And that's why I decided to become a life coach. I love serving as a sounding board, co-creator, collaborator, partner, and ally.
I'm a wife, a mother, a sister, a daughter, and I like to think of myself as a good friend. I live in Brooklyn, NY. I am Taiwanese, Jewish, American, a feminist, a beach lover, a ballet dancer. I also love taking long walks around the city and in the woods, sipping a nourishing cup of tea, and you might have guessed it--plants and flowers!
I invite you to reach out if you're curious! If you are seeking a change, want some time to reflect, a safe space to voice your dreams and your fears. We can work together to nurture practices, strategies, and a growth mindset to support your change process with intention and integrity.
Equitable access is important to me and my coaching practice. Access has been at the heart of much of my work--I've worked in reproductive health access, immigrant access, educational equity, and youth development. I am available to support folks of all ages, races, means, abilities, identities, love interests, and more.
Whole Person Certified Coach (WPCC), ICF approved program
Licensed Master Social Worker, Columbia School of Social Work
PS. Photos taken at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, one of my favorite places.