FREE Strengths Activity!
This step-by-step activity can help you grow in confidence and gain vision for your life.
You can stand out in applications for schools, scholarships, and jobs when you articulate your strengths and vision well. Enjoy!
Writing application essays is a challenge.
A simple step-by-step process
helps students relax and be successful.
We cover content, writing style, and editing. Your uniqueness will help you stand out which will help you be chosen.
We just heard today that [our son] won the academic scholarship competition. Kathryn, I believe that without your excellent coaching he wouldn't have been prepared to articulate his strengths, passions, and God-given gifts. Our investment in your program was truly worth the cost....The fact that he won over $120,000 of university tuition just makes it that much sweeter.
Matt Mullett, Owner & CEO, All American Marine
What is Coaching?
Coaching with teens and twenty-somethings is a collaborative process where a skilled mentor helps someone reach their own goals.
It is different than therapy which typically focuses on healing wounds and the effects of the past.
In coaching, clients may share a bit of the past for context, but the focus is on having a different future.
Kathryn loves helping young people grow in confidence as they work towards their personal and professional goals.
Coaching since 2010, she equips clients to use their own strengths and outside resources to succeed.
She uses tried-and-true tools and executive coaching techniques to facilitate progress.
My ideas about myself, what I want, and the future are now organized concrete and solidified....Using what I have learned from the coaching program has helped me to become a more effective decision maker. This experience simplified the complexities.
Jessi I., Bellingham High School & Whitworth University graduate
Kathryn was really helpful because she knew how to ask intentional questions that showcased my unique passions and strengths. It's surprisingly difficult to know how to talk and write about yourself in the way that admissions offficers are looking for, and she taught me how to speak the language. She gave me the tools to showcase myself.
McKenna S., Sehome High School & University of San Diego graduate
Kathryn, we want to thank you for the invaluable college and career coaching service you provided for our daughter when she was a junior in high school. We can look back and see how the investment in your coaching service has had big returns for our daughter in regards to college acceptance, scholarship awards, offers for research with professors and leadership positions on campus, and offers for jobs post graduation.
Jennifer S., Mother of Sehome High School & University of San Diego graduate