Helping Lawyers Conquer Burnout and Thrive
✔️ Do you feel like you should love what
you're doing, but you don't?
✔️ Do you dread going to work?
✔️Are you drowning in emails, and you
have an endless to-do list?
✔️Want to be able to leave work at the office
and enjoy your career?
Stress Less: A Lawyer's Guide to Stress Relief
You've tried every strategy in the book to get some relief from stress and overwhelm, and none of them are helping. Download this free guide to help you -
✔️ Stop snapping at your family
✔️ Actually have interests outside of the law
✔️ Be more present at social functions
✔️ Not get sick so often because of stress
Hey, I'm Karen!
I'm a practicing attorney, a mom, and a certified coach who helps lawyers overcome and prevent burnout.
I've been in civil practice since 2006 and I know what it's like to be so buried in work that you don't know who you are anymore.
I started running a law firm in 2013, and got burned out. I knew I had to make some changes.
Working with a coach was so transformative for me that I became a certified coach with a mission to help people in similar situations.Get to Know Me
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Lawyer Burnout Coaching
In law school they taught you that the only way to succeed is to work more. That's how you beat the curve, get the clerkship, and ultimately land a job.
They don't teach you how to manage your time or wellbeing.
As a lawyer, I quickly discovered how hard it is to balance life with the pressures of practice.
It's even more difficult when you're running your own firm.
The only way I knew how to deal with obstacles and challenges was to put my head down and work through them.
Even though I felt frustrated and anxious, it was the only way I knew.
Over the past ten years of working with coaches and becoming certified, I've learned that the best way to prevent burnout is to work with a burnout coach.
As a burnout coach for lawyers, I'll show you how to find balance and feel satisfied in your career so that you can enjoy your life.
Click the button below to grab a spot on my calendar, so we can talk.