Life Coaching for Women

Words Matter: How to Use the Language of Love to Create Powerful Change in Your Life and Our World

My Life coaching clients have so much figured out before they call me. They are typically kind, successful people – but they still yearn for something more out of life. Unlike self-study through self-help books or the Internet, I work collaboratively...
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On Climbing Life’s “2nd Mountain”

Life coaching case studies: three women in their 50s Catharine Ecton helped to climb life's "second mountain." Learn how life coaching with the DC Life Coach could help you.
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Friends, The Family You Choose: the DC Life Coach’s Tips for Building Great Friendships)

Last month, a group of my gal pals and I took a trip to cheer on one of our swim team friends who participated in an Ironman competition. In these troubled times of civil unrest and world problems, I find my friendships sustain me. I am so grateful for...
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Invite More Playfulness into Your Life

Often, when my ambitious Washington, DC life coaching clients come to me with their “big goals” and aspirations, I ask them: “Where are you finding your creativity?” This is often met with blank stares. My hardworking clients...
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Light Up Your Life: What Schoolchildren Can Teach Us

Fall can be a refreshing new beginning for my Washington, DC area life coaching clients with its cooler weather and new routines. I am brought back to my children as young kids, and their sense of excitement, anticipation and even nervousness about the...
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Why Hire a Life Coach? Get Results & Feel Better Quickly: Pam’s Story

  When I speak with someone in DC – or anywhere – for the first time about Life Coaching, they typically ask some combination the following questions: How can I make a change in my life that will stick? How do I get “unstuck”?...
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Life Coaching: How to Keep a Gratitude Journal

It’s now been scientifically proven: counting your blessings actually leads to a happy life. UC Davis psychologist Robert Emmons cites “scientific proof that when people regularly work on cultivating gratitude they experience a variety of...
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