All of us get paralyzed at different points in our lives

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Career Exploration

Where do you belong professionally? We'll go beyond typical online assessments and get specific to you!

Toxic Work Environment

How do you dodge judgment and power dynamics and stay grounded in who you know yourself to be?

General Support

Sometimes, you just need an ally. Maybe all you want is to feel better.

High Schoolers

Let's face it: between deciding on career plans and navigating the rest of it, high school is tough.

Self-Help Junkies

It's possible to move your life forward and be kind to yourself in the process.

Introverts

There's no need to contort yourself to fit into an extroverted world. Honor who you are.

Chris Gallagher

Career Coaching Client

Through my work with Maggie Graham, I was able to make powerful discoveries about myself and then apply them to the process of finding a new career. Maggie has a wonderful ability to guide you toward self discovery and instill a sense of purpose and inspiration as you pursue a career change. Thanks to my time with Maggie, I was able to immediately recognize a great opportunity and understand exactly why it would be a great fit for me.

SAW

Career Coaching Client

You were incredibly insightful - you very quickly pieced together some trends in my life that I had previously not seen. I needed to hear what you said, gain the perspective, to feel brave enough to move on in my life.

AN

Career Coaching Client

Maggie was agile in all aspects of what a mid-career changer might need to address, from more concrete steps of how to learn about new careers to less tangibles such as challenging stuck beliefs and rebuilding new ones. She draws from a deep-toolbox of many helpful exercises, readings, and masters of this work, and her own brilliant interpersonal wisdom and abilities to understand others and help them draw out new strengths and their own self-knowledge.

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Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? ~Mary Oliver