Hi and Welcome!
My name is Heather Gray.
Eight years ago, I was in my dream job running a well-respected therapy program but I wasn’t happy. My relationship was being tested by my job commitments. Friendships had fallen to the wayside. I’d lost touch with my interests and passions and had been neglecting my health and body.
My dream job was compromising my dream life.
Now I coach entrepreneurs and business leaders who find themselves in that same spot. They did everything right and they found professional success. They’ve either landed their dream job, been promoted to the top of their field, or have created the business they’d always hoped to have.
Yet success doesn’t feel like they thought it would:
- Many have compromised their lives as they’ve let go of personal hobbies and interests in favor of work.
- They’ve jeopardized their personal relationships and health as they’ve focused on their rise to the top.
- They are struggling to be and feel happy.
- They want more intimate and connected relationships.
- They can’t figure out how to balance what needs to be done for work with what they need to be happy
They are struggling to be and feel happy. They want more intimate and connected relationships but they can’t figure out how to balance what needs to be done for work with what they need to be happy in life.
I help them resolve their struggle with work/life balance by giving them tools to improve their relationships.
Clients learn to love their lives as deeply as they’ve loved their work.
I challenge clients to have it all by making choices that prioritize their personal passions while managing their professional goals and responsibilities.
In order to truly have it all, you have to have both the lifestyle you want and the personal fulfillment you need. People often operate from the misguided idea that they can’t have both.
You can have it all: Professional success and personal fulfillment is not an either/or decision.
When you’re ready to say “Yes” to both I’m here to help.
Heather Gray, MSW, LICSW
People often operate from the misguided idea that they can’t have both. You can have it all: Professional success and Personal Fulfillment is not an either/or decision.