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Articles and Appearances:
Cancer Today magazine spring 2019 edition. Katherine is featured in the In the Moment section.
Hopkins Sun Sailor newspaper article, published October 2019. Katherine was featured on the front page of the print edition.
Well Connected Twin Cities – Blog
The Inspired Women Podcast: It’s Not All Pink Ribbons
To my coaching clients, I have always had a passion for helping people and I love listening to their stories. To finally combine these into a career brings me joy. It is my honor to hear each of your stories, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to be a part of your life. Hugs, Katherine
Katherine, you say we are not alone on this journey. Thank you for being such an important part of mine. I feel gratitude for being seen and heard, and for the blessings of our work together. You are spot on that I have opened myself (my heart and soul) to you and your wisdom. Doing so is easy because we have built a solid and sacred trust. – Kimberly
I was introduced to Katherine after my recent breast cancer diagnosis. We’ve discussed everything from breathing techniques to treatment plans to diet, and even how to dress for your new body. She shared many useful tips and great resources. I’ve enjoyed my conversations with Katherine and would highly recommend her to anyone looking for a life coach, especially when facing the many different areas that go into a cancer diagnosis! ~ Anonymous
Talking with you made such a difference in how I can handle my stress! Your empathy and suggestions were very much appreciated, and needed. Making time for someone who was quite distressed was wonderful of you! Your true listening, acknowledging and responding with kindness and insight have helped me to better understand and manage stress. I would highly recommend you for stress management sessions! ~ LR
Katherine is an engaging speaker that really talks from the heart about her battle with cancer, which can be a very difficult subject. She spoke about her own battle with sadness, love and even a little humor mixed into her story. What I loved most was that she gave me a little window into the world of what my mother was going through during her painful fight and eventual loss to uterine cancer. Now that I know the resources out there to cope with this struggle, my hope is that more people enlist the services of Katherine at the beginning; if they are the ones struggling with this terrible disease or if they have a loved one that is affected – to be able to learn how to help in a useful and meaningful way. I highly recommend Katherine to help educate and empower people on all sides of this illness. -Jen Leonardson