Carrie Cooper coach

Are you struggling to find
hope, peace & purpose?

Life is full of clutter. Difficult life transitions and traumatic events not only create chaos in the world around us - they simply break our hearts, challenge our faith and leave us feeling worn down, weary and overwhelmed within.

I want you to know, you’re not alone.

I’m so glad you’re here!  You’ve experienced loss and may feel isolated, lonely and stuck. Life has been shattered and you’re unsure of what’s next.

You're looking for someone to validate what you’ve gone through, and provide the compassionate support you need right now. I specialize in life transitions, grief and disorganization - and show up with no judgement.

I remember the pain and disorganization experienced through my trauma and loss. Your story matters to me. I’d like to help you discover healing, peace & purpose as you find your way forward.

I contacted Carrie for help with my grief a few months after my sister suddenly passed away. I felt so isolated and alone in my loss. She has been the present, kind, and supportive person I have been searching for in my healing process. Her awareness of others and gift with words makes her coaching gentle, yet spot on. While working with Carrie, I’ve learned how to be aware of my own needs and how to best care for myself during this difficult season. Her guidance has taught me how to manage this unexpected turn in my life with more peace and hope.

Kathryn, in Florida

What I hoped to get from coaching was to feel the heavy weight lifted that I was carrying regarding the loss of my dad. Going through this journey with Carrie helped me to realize there is no time stamp on the grief process. I found strength in realizing I didn't have to let the pain take over my life, but could work through it. I learned a lot in working with Carrie, and discovered new ways to cope with my grief. I’ve released some of the burden I was carrying with me, which gives me peace

Arnita, in New Jersey

My sessions with Carrie are incredibly helpful, especially when I see her smiling face! Working together virtually helps me dig into organizing tasks that are really overwhelming. Not only does Carrie provide me much needed direction, her coaching presence keeps focused so I can get things done. The accountability and support I receive from increases my confidence in my ability to keep going, in spite of the incredible physical and emotional challenges I face.

Jeanette, in New Jersey

Carrie Cooper is a skilled professional, personable and a fantastic listener. She has keen insight; her God-centered focus helps her to connect and communicate deeply with others. Through her expert direction in our coaching sessions, I was able to navigate my painful situation with greater intent and clarity. She asked the right questions at the right time, which caused me to think through my feelings and circumstances. She helped me reconnect with my core values. Carrie exposed the roots of my trauma and gave me tools to begin the restoration of my soul’s foundation. The exercises she had me do in between sessions moved me from victim to victorious, and helped me discern truth from lies. I am now able to think more clearly and am continuing to grow through all the work we did together.

Cathy, in Louisiana

Carrie asked me to actually describe my grief and emotions, and not just assume what they were. As I did so, I discovered that I’d been stuck in disorganization and settling into my home partly due to many years of transitions, moves and changing home bases. I realized that my subconscious had not felt safe or rooted to a place in many years. This was a huge connection to my overall coaching plan, because it uncovered more of what I was grieving, in addition to the death of my dad. Coaching has helped me declutter my thoughts, really dig at what I need to from my jumbly mess of a brain - and put them in right order!

Charlotte, in New Jersey

When I started working with Carrie, I had a lack of confidence in my ability to change, which stemmed from past trauma. I can honestly say that after just six sessions, my life is being transformed. Carrie is a natural coach, who has helped me realize my strengths that I thought were lost. I have found there is a level of hope in coaching, for my future. I realize I am not stuck anymore, and that I am not my problem.

Lissa, in North Carolina

I contacted Carrie for help with my grief a few months after my sister suddenly passed away. I felt so isolated and alone in my loss. She has been the present, kind, and supportive person I have been searching for in my healing process. Her awareness of others and gift with words makes her coaching gentle, yet spot on. While working with Carrie, I’ve learned how to be aware of my own needs and how to best care for myself during this difficult season. Her guidance has taught me how to manage this unexpected turn in my life with more peace and hope.

Kathryn, in Florida

What I hoped to get from coaching was to feel the heavy weight lifted that I was carrying regarding the loss of my dad. Going through this journey with Carrie helped me to realize there is no time stamp on the grief process. I found strength in realizing I didn't have to let the pain take over my life, but could work through it. I learned a lot in working with Carrie, and discovered new ways to cope with my grief. I’ve released some of the burden I was carrying with me, which gives me peace

Arnita, in New Jersey

My sessions with Carrie are incredibly helpful, especially when I see her smiling face! Working together virtually helps me dig into organizing tasks that are really overwhelming. Not only does Carrie provide me much needed direction, her coaching presence keeps focused so I can get things done. The accountability and support I receive from increases my confidence in my ability to keep going, in spite of the incredible physical and emotional challenges I face.

Jeanette, in New Jersey

Carrie Cooper is a skilled professional, personable and a fantastic listener. She has keen insight; her God-centered focus helps her to connect and communicate deeply with others. Through her expert direction in our coaching sessions, I was able to navigate my painful situation with greater intent and clarity. She asked the right questions at the right time, which caused me to think through my feelings and circumstances. She helped me reconnect with my core values. Carrie exposed the roots of my trauma and gave me tools to begin the restoration of my soul’s foundation. The exercises she had me do in between sessions moved me from victim to victorious, and helped me discern truth from lies. I am now able to think more clearly and am continuing to grow through all the work we did together.

Cathy, in Louisiana

Carrie asked me to actually describe my grief and emotions, and not just assume what they were. As I did so, I discovered that I’d been stuck in disorganization and settling into my home partly due to many years of transitions, moves and changing home bases. I realized that my subconscious had not felt safe or rooted to a place in many years. This was a huge connection to my overall coaching plan, because it uncovered more of what I was grieving, in addition to the death of my dad. Coaching has helped me declutter my thoughts, really dig at what I need to from my jumbly mess of a brain - and put them in right order!

Charlotte, in New Jersey

Who Am I?

Hello! I’m Carrie, an ICF trained Professional Life & Grief Coach

Through years working as a Professional Organizer, I began to see how disorder in homes was really an overflow of clutter in the mind and soul - often with unresolved grief beneath it all. I recognized this in my own life as I was healing from C-PTSD, anxiety & complicated grief. I’ve had significant  losses in my own life: losing my mom to cancer at 16, my dad to dementia, my three year old nephew to meningitis, and my brother to suicide. I know what it feels like to live scattered days and hurt so bad you can barely breathe. Through years of recovery and the powerful gift of coaching, I experienced a better way to live. Helping women ease pain of the past, heal from loss, find hope and live with purpose has become my passion.

Carrie Cooper

Life can change for the better

Grief is the normal, natural response to any loss.

You can heal and grow through your experience

Recovery means redefining events, instead of allowing them to define you.

You can rebuild a life of meaning and purpose

The pain of loss is inevitable, but continual suffering is optional.

You can choose how you want to live now

It’s not forgetting what’s been lost, but learning how to move forward with it.

Are you ready for a new day?

Whether you’ve experienced a death, broken relationship, health challenge, empty nest, move, career change, or even a loss of safety and trust - life can be messy and disorganized. You may feel hopeless and stuck, but it doesn’t have to stay this way. You can heal from loss and create something beautiful out of your experience.

I’d be honored to partner with you on your journey.

A Resource for You

Experiencing Soul Rest

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