Dawn Kotzer Coaching
Dawn Kotzer Coaching

Meet Dawn

Hi there

My life is an perfectly imperfect dance of doubt, success, trial and celebration...inner work and outside yard maintenance along with a little time each day for mindful doodling.
Do you doodle? I do.
Doodling takes me into a space beyond right and wrong, where all parts of my brain get to interact, connect with each other and play just for the heck of it.
There's no needed outcome, only the moment of soul-filled magic laced with a good dose of I don't have a clue where this doodle is going and that's ok! It brings me back to a place of equilibrium with no need to find perfect balance.




While this page will always be a work in progress, I wanted to give you a feel for how I groove in life.
I help people sort out issues, take small, doable actions to find their through line to a place of clarity and inner trust. We laugh alot along the way. We colour outside the lines. We doodle with our minds, our spirits and words...sometimes we even doodle with crayons.
If you long to grow your self esteem and move with confidence through unfamiliar territory. Let's talk. Discover that fear need no longer dull your shine nor keep you in the dark in any area of life, business, work or play.

Curious to know more about who I am as a coach?
Unsolicited testimonials from clients refresh in the sidebar of most pages. Or click on the Testimonial Tab to read them. My clients share their experience first hand.

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Widened the Landscape of my Life
"Dawn,
You have an uncanny awareness of thoughts and moods. Like you are sitting here and we are chatting. The visual journeys, 'picture yourself' were fabulous…like I was really there, present, but at the same time in a distant place.

Sessions were never an effort; not that they weren't hard work' but the rewards of insight were more than worth it.

You showed me a much wider landscape for my life, a landscape so encompassing that by comparison, my previous perception was like living in a box."

—Jeff, Canada