Michelle Hoefler


  • It’s been a period of great reckoning and great awakening, and a lot of hard work. And I wouldn’t trade it for anything. It’s not an overstatement for me to say that I feel I’ve trusted Michelle with my life in a way, and that she’s had my back professionally the entire way—with her listening, guidance, questions, simple reference sheets for me to think about, books to recommend, kindness and compassion.

    C.S. , Self- esteem, confidence and motivation

  • I was at the most monumental impasse of my 41 years. Used to solving my own problems, & feeling it was a sign of weakness if I couldn’t, I was skeptical of counselling. Thankfully, in the midst of an onslaught of grief & loss, I had enough presence of mind to understand that I was struggling at the surface of 25 years of my life shifting underneath me & at a complete loss for how to manage through the confusion & turmoil on my own, I called Michelle.

    Anonymous , Grief and Loss

  • I started working with Michelle a few years ago when I was looking for some professional coaching. It was such a positive experience that I went back when I needed some clarity regarding a personal relationship. From day one, I liked Michelle. She’s a skilled therapist who genuinely wants to help. She listens without judging & she makes it easier to talk about things you wouldn’t share with anyone else. I came to trust her knowing she always approached every situation with objectivity & care.

    R.R., Relationship Therapy

  • It was the best thing I could have done for myself and for the people in my life that I care about the most. With Michelle’s calm guidance, I started to piece together how my original family dynamics had influenced me, my major current and past relationships and my interpersonal communications style.

    Anonymous, Family of Origin Issues

  • I began to understand patterns I wanted to change for myself and, with Michelle’s support, found my own voice and learned how to use it to make healthier choices for myself in all my relationships—as a mom, spouse (and ex-spouse), daughter, sister, friend and even co-worker.

    Anonymous , Origins of Family Issues

  • When I went to Michelle for the first time, I had no idea that I was about to embark on a journey of self discovery and improvement that would change my life in ways I never even dreamed possible. My fears and preconceived notions about therapy were cast aside from the very first day. Michelle’s warmth and compassion made it so easy to open up without fear of judgement.

    S.S., Self-esteem, confidence and motivation