I am grateful that I found my way to Amy.  She is compassionate and kind and has mastered the art of being a skilled listener.  I met Amy at a very difficult time in my life and she helped me find an organized purpose and path that I was seeking but unable to navigate on my own.  She took the overwhelming big picture and made it attainable.  We came up with a plan that I was able to tackle and then tweak with her if needed. She helped me address both my professional and personal needs.  I will always be grateful to Amy for helping me be my best self.  


Amy came into my life when I was fresh out of college and in the middle of, what felt like, a massive yearlong panic attack. I desperately needed guidance and someone to help me detangle the mess inside my own mind. I wasn’t at my best mentally or emotionally and I have the tendency to shy away from people who give overtly tough-love advice. Amy swooped in with her kind reassurances, much needed aid, and helped me figure my own life out.

Amy took my ability to get easily overwhelmed and channeled my energy into something positive. I’ve always been a skittish person by nature and Amy helped me learn coping mechanisms to deal with that – many of which I still use today. We had many phone sessions over the span of a few months and can remember a specific call where I had complained about not being able to write anymore. I’d told her that I had never felt more alienated from my own creativity. She’d advised me to create a schedule for myself, to get up and out of my home. She told me to find a coffee shop, a park, anywhere and just write one sentence. If I could take one baby step, I could take another the next day. While she was referring to helping me write again, which I eventually did, that piece of advice resonated deeply. I’ve carried it with me long past our regular sessions.

In addition to her mental health guidance, Amy helped me comb through my resume and gave me many tips on job searching – which helped me get me where I am now! I gained so much by working with Amy, she’s a genuine person who sincerely cares for her clients. She helped me get through a tough transitional period by giving me the tools to be able to help myself – and for that I will forever be grateful.

-Victoria-recent college graduate

 I began working with Amy to help me with a career change after leaving a job I had been in for over ten years. Although the decision to leave my job had been voluntary, I felt powerless to move forward.  

Amy takes a whole life approach to encourage you to be your happiest, best self: Are you happy in your current job or company? Will you be able to find opportunities to make connections or find joy through volunteering? Are there creative pursuits that you keep procrastinating?

Working with Amy through regular sessions and homework exercises gave me confidence to apply for positions in the desired field, retell my narrative, and answer the tough questions in interviews.  I ultimately got a consulting position that I wanted and was inspired to start the blog that I kept putting off for months.

Amy provides all the tools that you need to achieve the goal(s) that you have, even if those goals change over time, as mine did. She is always kind, encouraging, knowledgeable, and the best coach you can have in your corner.


 I am so grateful for Amy.  After leaving a long time corporate career with barely an idea of what I wanted to do next she helped me see that not only was it possible to design a career I wanted, she helped me translate my very industry specific resume into something more in line with the direction I wanted to go, without losing the impact or status that I was afraid would be lost in a career pivot. She regularly kept in touch with me throughout our time together and would send me job postings or networking ideas. She keeps her clients top of mind and her positive coaching techniques gave me momentum to keep going.

-Ellen, career pivot

After being out of the workforce for 9 years, I didn’t even know where to begin to find my way back to a career. Amy helped me figure out what I wanted and how to get there. She gave me the confidence to see myself as a worthy applicant and taught me how to present my years out of the workplace as years full of valuable and applicable experience. I am now in a position where I do the work I love with a schedule that works for myself and my family.

-Tara, Lawyer

I cannot say enough WONDERFUL things about Amy Alpert. She is the best life coach out there!  I highly recommend that you contact her to navigate any of life’s twists or turns. She recently helped guide me through a difficult career transition and her advice was invaluable. She is someone who knows what it means to be fully present and her ability to listen attentively while offering constructive advice is second to none. Amy cares deeply and is solution-oriented. She knows the right questions to ask and she enabled me to self-reflect in a safe, non-judgmental environment. I cannot think of a person better suited to be a life coach and I will never forget what she did for me during an important and challenging crossroads in my own personal journey.

—Debbie K.

When I first met with Amy, I was spilling over with ideas of how to grow my small business, but was unfocused, overwhelmed and unsure of how to start. Amy helped me identify my true goals and desires, and transformed them into manageable pieces of action. Now instead of thinking about what I’m going to do, I’m actually doing it.

—Naomi P., entrepreneur