Meet Karen Covy
Karen Covy works with busy professionals and business people who are stuck in marriages that aren't working, and are living lives they don't love. She use sa structured coaching process to help her clients get clear about what they truly want in their marriage and their life, move past their fears, and make decisions with confidence.
Karen's coaching combines both head and heart. At the same time it's grounded in the principles of neuroscience, psychology, and the science of decision-making.
As a speaker, Karen motivates and inspires people to work WITH their brains to unlock their ability to make better decisions - even tough, emotional decisions where the stakes are high and the outcome is uncertain. While marriage and divorce are certainly one area where knowing how to make tough decisions matters, the ability to make difficult decisions applies to almost every area of life.
Karen has given presentations on decision-making for SCORE, NAWBO, The American Association of Daily Money Managers, WESOS, the Career Resources Center, and various networking organizations.
She's also given presentations on various aspects of divorce to the Association of Divorce Financial Planners, The Illinois CPA Society, The University of Chicago Women's Business Group, The Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois (now Collaborative Divorce Illinois), The National Association of Divorce Professionals, the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce, and more.
Past Media Appearances
Television and Video
Radio and Podcasts
Karen has appeared on various podcasts, including Functional Divorce: Your Guide to Healing and Happiness, Conversations About Divorce, Dreams Recycled, The Financial Wellness Hour, The Divorced Girl Smiling Podcast, The Breakup Recovery Podcast, Narcissist Abuse Support, The Divorce Resource Guy Podcast, and The Financial Sense Newshour, among others.
Print and Blogs
Karen Covy has been quoted and featured in various publications, including MarketWatch, The Chicago Tribune, The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Huff Post, and Make it Better Magazine.
Karen has also contributed to The Huffington Post, YourTango, The Good Men Project, Mama Mia, Divorced Girl Smiling, Divorced Guy Grinning, GUYVORCE, Moving Past Divorce, DivorcedMoms, Waddell and Reid Financial Advisers, Collaborative Divorce Illinois, and Divorce Force, among others.
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