You knew that motherhood would have its challenges. You knew that your baby might not sleep, and that returning to work would be an emotional rollercoaster.

But what you didn't know, was how hard it would be to see your life change so drastically. To see yourself as a mom and nothing else. And to feel that between mothering and working, there is nothing left of you.

Becoming a new mother is a transition like none other. But what if instead of challenge, you saw opportunity.

The opportunity to reexamine your life and yourself from a completely new perspective. But how, and where to start?

In our first session together, that is exactly what we will do...start. We will start by:

  • Getting specific about your values and priorities,
  • Figuring out who you were, who you are and who you want to be, and most importantly,
  • Examining your thoughts and finding a new perspective.

The responsibilities of motherhood are challenging and many, but since they are here to stay, why not change your approach? Why not create routines that support your priorities in this season of life? Why not create your own version of ideal motherhood?

Click the link below to schedule a free first-time consultation with me.

It's true. A wealth of resources exist online and in books where new mothers share honest stories about the challenges and opportunities that come with new motherhood. But what I know from experience is that it's easy to get lost in the "research" and never truly take action.

What I also know is that a new mom's schedule and task list are already overflowing. That is why my coaching is conveniently done via phone or video chat and sessions are customized to fit with your busy lifestyle.

Coaching with Katelyn feels so comfortable and friendly because she can relate to what we, as new moms, are going through. It’s not like a therapist who somehow seems better than you.  TOGETHER, we evaluated and brainstormed in a non-judgemental and welcoming way.  I walked away with more self-awareness; self-awareness of my emotions, my time and of what ‘fills up my cup’.
— Stephanie {new mom to 4-month-old daughter}

Let's talk and decide if this is the right fit for you. Don't let logistics or indecision prevent you from doing something that will have a lasting impact on who you are as a mother and a woman.