A little humour goes a long way when disability and chronic illness are daily experiences.


Whoa, that’s a big question!
The short answer is I am a Living Well Coach, who happens to have a physical disability.
I love to teach and share my understanding of the 3 Principles that enable me to live with greater ease, alongside my experience of living with a physical disease.

Through my virtual coaching practice (right here!) I help people transform their experience of health, and other self-imposed limitations, so they can live well today – no matter what.
Bottom line, I’m here to help.



Having an illness or inability doesn’t have to stop you from living well. Let me show you how I learned to work with my challenges and live life to the fullest.



Receive virtual one-to-one coaching. Single, program specific, or group sessions.

Online Courses

Take facilitated online courses and learn creative strategies for living-well.


Tap into my experience on wellness, customer service training and accessibility.


Inspire your event’s audience with a powerful message of possibility. Book me today!

Therapeutic Writing

Words are powerful. Learn how to use writing as a part of your healing therapy.

Living Well Tips

Pull up a chair and watch my video blog of living-well tips!


When I finished the Begin The Journey e-course I was stunned by the progress I made. Susan’s course, it is one of the life-changing ones.

Joy Loveheart, Norway

Like A Book You Can't Put Down

Working with Susan has given me a virtual shot in the arm, a breakthrough from near depression to a life worth looking forward to living.

Michelle Fortier, Kingsville, ON

The Real Deal

Susan’s knowledge of psychology and managing life with a chronic disability are outstanding. Do yourself a favour and enrol.

Janis Jessop, Whitehorse, Yukon Canada

A lovely community of support

Susan’s e-course was helpful and connecting virtually allowed for a nice development of community amongst all the participants.

Maureen, Guelph, ON

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