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Integrative Health Coaching for Physicians, Executive Leaders, their Families, and Others Who Are Ready to Feel Aligned, Fulfilled, and Present

Coaching for Complex Personal & Professional Issues

Complex issues can creep up slowly over time or happen suddenly and without warning, threatening to overwhelm your personal and professional life.  Short bursts of stress are tolerable and sometimes even desirable, but ongoing chronic stress can leave you feeling anxious, angry, confused and disconnected.


Reducing toxic stress and cultivating emotional resilience is a have-to-do imperative for long-term success in the workplace, a healthy family life, and the prevention of chronic disease.

Hello, I'm Ricka.

I’m a Nationally Board Certified (NBC-HWC) Integrative Health and Wellbeing Coach. I specialize in working with physicians, executive leaders, and their families. 

Navigate complex personal and professional issues in a safe and confidential space

Reconsider personal and professional priorities to attain balance 

Strengthen relationships

Mitigate conflict

Double down on strength-based solutions

Explore the internal and external barriers to growth and healing and feel hopeful about the future again

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Life is fluid and messy and that is the truth. I am passionate about being a thought partner with physicians, executive leaders, and their families, both individually and within organizational settings, to normalize the experience of navigating complex personal and professional issues.  Embracing change often feels uncomfortable and it deepens engagement — both in the workplace and at home.

Physicians, Physician Leaders, Physician Moms
Executive Leaders
Individual Family Members

My clients include the below categories, and I work with others, as well.   ​

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What my clients say about working with me...

“As a result of working with Ricka I trust myself now more than I ever have. When I feel "itchy" I have so many more tools to understand why, to get unstuck, and to move forward. I am braver about honoring what I am feeling because Ricka helped me realize that when something ends a door isn't shutting; it is creating the possibility for an infinite number of other doors to open.”


“The willingness to consider possibility requires a tolerance of uncertainty.”

Rachel Naomi Remen, MD

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