Stephanie Simpson

Stephanie Simpson is an Artist, Coach, Educator, and Speaker. Drawing on her background in movement, meditation, trauma, and psychology, she partners with people and businesses/organizations to achieve their greatest potential by nurturing the connection between the mind, body, and spirit. Skilled at holding space so that people and businesses can get clear on their purpose and align their purpose with their goals, Stephanie empowers her clients to live courageously and to the fullest.

An RYT-200 Hour Certified Yoga Instructor, Stephanie holds a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies from Emerson College, an MFA in Dance Performance/Choreography from Smith College, and an MA in the Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Spirituality, Mind, Body and a focus in Organizational Change from Columbia University, Teachers College. Her research focuses on fear and stress management, embodied leadership, group development, engagement/purpose, and creativity/innovation. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), a Master Practitioner in the Energy Leadership Index Assessment, and is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching, iPEC, an ICF accredited coach training program.

Stephanie works with clients (individuals, groups, and teams) in a variety of industries: Finance, Education, Technology, Performing/Creative Arts, Health Care, and Start-Up/Entrepreneurship. She is the Director of Coaching for an independent K-12 private school and is on the coaching teams for Medley and My College Audition, a preferred Alumni Career Coach for TC Next – Columbia University, Teachers College, and a certified “Start with Heart” facilitator with Graydin. In addition, she is on faculty at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

She is a Keynote Speaker, Workshop Facilitator, and Consultant for businesses globally, including Columbia University, Teachers College, National Dance Education Organization, New England Inn & Resorts Association, New York State Association of Independent Schools, National At-Risk Education Network, South Windsor Public Schools, National Council of Teachers of English, The Lovett Learning Institute, Tsinglan School, and wellness events throughout the country.