And now you’re desperate to ditch
the social conditioning.

You followed the life laid out
for you to the letter.

After years of coordinating dance practice with soccer practice, finding time for that spin class, and even managing to cook something that wasn’t frozen, you’re forced to come to terms with
one simple truth:

You married the college sweetheart, had those 2.5 kids after buying the modest family home near the good schools, built your career that brought home the bacon - and somewhere in those perfectly practical plans you lost your color.

Life used to feel vibrant, raw, full of possibility.

Now it feels like you’re watching a well worn sepia reel of the standard life milestones.

Your happiness hasn’t even been on the to-do list.

Prioritizing everyone else’s happiness
won’t bring you yours.

You deserve to live your life without dimming your light.

In the many hours we all spent desperately searching for connection while sheltering in place, I stumbled upon a Youtube video on Art Journaling.

I was intrigued.

I dusted off my markers and pencils from all those years ago in design school, and rapidly fell down the rabbit hole in a near frenzy of self-discovery through artistic experimentation.

As my personal network expanded through these local and online communities of art journaling and self-discovery,
I noticed that I was far from alone in my midlife identity crisis and that women my age were experiencing symptoms of chronic do-goodery.

It was at this intersection of personal creativity, career stagnation, and collective community of Gen X women that Triple Moon Coaching was born.

I help Gen X women reprioritize themselves and reboot their lives, free from the social conditioning that got us here in the first place.

I was 48 when I finally accepted that I was anxious, on autopilot, unengaged, and going through the motions. And that if I didn’t take a time out and take stock of my life’s trajectory, I was headed for a sad and depressing future. I was on the verge of quiet-quitting my life. 

Hey there, I’m Susan Young. 

The pandemic was the cherry on top of
my life unraveling.

As a certified Holistic Life Coach, I use art-as-self-discovery together with
holistic coaching principles to get right to the core of your identity and what matters most to you.

By activating the right brain, you can blow past the limitations of the thinking brain and into your 6th sense/intuition where we hold SO much knowledge, if we could just get quiet enough to hear it.
And listen to it.
And trust it. 

I can help you do that. 

Ready to get your party (re)started?

Sign up for a free discovery call where we can simply chat, get to know each other, and imagine what your life could be like in technicolor.

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Our work together is rooted in these values:

Exploration is an act of courage, and a necessity for self-discovery. I’m here to act as your compassionate GoogleMaps as you set out on the journey of rediscovering your vibrance.

Integrity is at the core of all coaching relationships. It’s a relationship of trust, built on honest and clear communications. We say what we mean, mean what we say, and don’t leave emotions suppressed and unspoken.

Self-Expression - Express yourself with abandon. Go wild. Self-suppression not allowed.
You be you. I’ll be me. Together we’ll make sure it’s a good fit. 

Agency - You are the expert of your own experiences and your best advocate. You decide the path we embark upon, where you might want to detour, and how you know you’re finally remeeting your authentic self.

  • ICF Credentialed Coach, ACC
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Certified Holistic Life Coach
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts, Design (BFA)
  • Member, International Coaching Federation (ICF)
  • Certified Facilitator of the Open Studio Process
  • Multi-media Artist

the "credentials"

Linda overberg

Client Share

I truly enjoyed my coaching experience with Susan. She asked great questions, which led to some big but simple reminders about where I find inspiration. I can honestly say that I’m excited about what’s to come in my 50s and beyond. Here as my creative, inquisitive self. Someone who is so much more than any one job. Ready to enjoy whatever comes my way!

"…led to some big but simple reminders about where I find inspiration." 

Sharon spann

While working with Susan, I had an epiphany regarding the structure of my own practice that has led to expanded possibilities and a new niche market. In addition to being a great listener, Susan has a gentle yet effective way of asking questions that caused me to "think deep". That introspection was the contributing factor to both greater insights and meaningful results.

"Susan has a gentle yet effective way of asking questions."

Mary sarguios

I was able to resolve a deep conflict around the continuation of my business in one session with one powerful question. Susan asks insightful, strong, yet simple questions that come from deep listening. They are “like magic”. During my sessions, I’m able to consistently resolve misunderstandings or questions around difficult subjects. I highly recommend Susan as a Coach and wish to be coached by her continually! 

"…wish to be coached by her continually! 

Susan's story is quite inspiring & it's only natural that she'd make an incredible life coach because of it & her extensive background! She is a great role model for women who want level up their life, career, relationships or life purpose. I've loved seeing Susan's dedication to her business, clients, and growing coaching business! Book a call with her, you won't regret.

"Book a call with her, you won't regret."

hailey rowe

marybeth healy

I’m so grateful for my time with Susan, she provides an open, inviting space asking direct and insightful questions. Her curiosity helps me to reach my goal each session. Susan has a gentle, comforting energy, a wise presence capable of evoking awareness and offering support. 

"Susan has a gentle, comforting energy, a wise presence..."

Molly Ward

Susan is very personable which provided a sense of comfort to me, enabling me to be honest with myself (and her). There was an “ah ha” moment that energized us both and not only did I enjoy sharing that moment with her, it helped me recognize the value of letting myself be free to explore and verbalize my goals and preferences.

"…helped me recognize the value of letting myself be free to explore..."

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