Who she is:
Kate grew up in England, the daughter of a general practitioner who made house calls and knew that his most effective treatment was listening to his patients. Kate acknowledges this as a key influence in her work.
As an only child she read prodigiously, drawn to philosophical, psychological and sociological writings. A long career with a variety of non-profit organisations, honed her skills at creating success at all levels of an organisation by working with and through colleagues and board members.
While directing a multifunctional hospice program, she developed an extensive grief support program more than twenty five years ago before the notion of healthily addressing loss emerged in the public psyche. Since then she has continued to educate herself on grief, loss and trauma, and what it takes to find our way past the obstacles in our lives.
Kate also has a Master's degree in Organisational Management, including some valuable coaching credentials from Fielding University (Skills Training - Evidence Based Coaching.) She is a certified PSYCH-K® facilitator, as well as a PSYCH-K® Health and Wellness facilitator, who has practiced since 2004.
"Today I drove across the Golden Gate Bridge - alone - and I was fine. Merci, merci !!"
A woman in Marin with a bridge phobia for several years.
"That really helped - I slept"
A man In the UK too fearful to sleep.
"Oh, God, I'm so pleased."
Tax attorney unable to manage her client load
"Great news ! I found a house and my holiday turned out to be fantastic"
Newly divorced single mother with financial problems
"D. and I had another magical date. I was able to articulate my fears and doubts because of my work with you."
A single older woman who had never married.
"The 'phone is ringing off the hook with new appointments and I am so relaxed."
Business owner whose practice had dwindled drastically.
"I sang pretty well - the Mozart was as good as I have ever done, and he only asked for one more piece and that was solid. I couldn't have done today without you."
Professional singer in San Francisco
"Two days after we worked, all the anger I had towards, G. disappeared, and all the negative, angry mind chatter I'd been having, has gone."
A spouse on the verge of divorce.
"day six: challenges with sick child, rushing to work, being late, feeling bummed, but drinking diet coke and eating chocolate compulsively just isn't in my thoughts."
A mother with out of control sugar cravings when stressed.
"Oh my God, night and day difference. I had no idea and yet I do. I know how great this stuff is."
Anxiety attacks after an earthquake experience.