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"“I love animals, but working with sick ones day in and day out was getting me down. I think the worst part was that my relationship with my husband was suffering because I couldn’t get my head out of work. Meryl helped me gain perspective, and gave me valuable tips on how to keep it. I recommend her 100%!”

-Gina T., vet tech

Do I Have Compassion Fatigue? 

Does my loved one?

Do you suffer from:

  • Deep physical and emotional exhaustion

  • Loss of enjoyment in your career

  • Pronounced change in ability to feel empathy with patients, clients, co-workers and loved ones

  • Increased cynicism at work

  • Decreased ability to focus and concentrate

  • Intrusive thoughts

  • Feelings of being overwhelmed, of letting everyone down, of having more work to do than resources to complete it

Without intervention, Compassion Fatigue  can lead to:


  • Overall decrease in well-being

  • Depression

  • Poor judgment and decisions

  • Difficulty in relationships

  • Substance abuse

  • Sleep disorders

  • And more…


Recover Your Energy

& Self Esteem

I Can Help You...

Enjoy Work Again

Embrace Leisure Time

Build Resilience

Good News


The good news…no, the great news! that there are many things you can do to meet and beat the challenges of Compassion Fatigue. A good coach will work with you to develop tools and strategies to decrease symptoms, build resiliency, and maximize your strengths.


You can do this! And I can help.


I have successfully walked this path with many clients who are now living happy lives. Yes, their Compassion Fatigue remains a challenge. It is not going to magically disappear. But it doesn’t have to control your life.


You can take control of your life, and I will introduce you to the tools and strategies that will help you do that.

What is Coaching?


Coaching is a joint effort between coach and client. You, as the client, are the driver of the bus. I, as the coach, am here to help you navigate the route.


Together we will:


  • Evaluate your current situation

  • Set goals that motivate and excite you

  • Design tools, strategies, habits, and accountability routines to maximize your strengths (and you have many!) and help you manage your specific symptoms and challenges.

  • Celebrate your successes!

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