Finding your path forward.


Results. Trust.

Testimonials from a few of our clients

"I will forever appreciate everything you taught me, helped me to learn about myself, and for the continued growth I hope to achieve. I’m especially thankful for the 'emergency therapy' sessions."


Michael DiResto
Executive Coaching Client
Baton Rouge, LA


"Katie has effectively supported Crest Industries' leadership development efforts in a variety of ways including assessment, feedback, training, and executive coaching. She is a pleasure to work with."


Kenny Robison
CEO, Crest Industries Inc. 


"It is not easy to make a group of 25 strangers comfortable enough to share their dreams. Somehow, Katie sets the tone of a safe space and gives guidance in a relaxing setting to motivate people to take the necessary actions to achieve whatever they desire. I cannot wait for the next workshop!"


Nicole Williamson



Katie Riker Sternberg, ACC, MSW, LMSW, MBA

I am a Licensed Master of Social Work, holding two Masters’ Degrees, in Social Work and Business Administration. In addition, I am accredited as an Associate Certified Coach, ACC, with the International Coach Federation. I am licensed as a Certified Behavior Analyst, a Korn Ferry™ 360 certified coach, and trained to administer the Strengths Deployment Inventory (TotalSDI).



Offering a range of services for personal, professional, and team growth.


Executive and personal coaching will help you develop your leadership skills, make better decisions, improve communication and strengthen relationships. 


A group coaching approach is a critical tool for improving team dynamics, boosting productivity, managing conflict, and addressing other group communications dynamics.    

Assessments & Tools

I am trained and licensed to administer a variety of research validated diagnostic personality, career, and group feedback assessments including Voices®360°, DISC, and TotalSDI. 



I work with teams of all sizes. Let’s work together to design a workshop, or a retreat, to address your team’s needs. Common themes for discussion include leadership competencies, personal branding, effective communication, mindfulness, decision-making, priority setting, goal-identification, and productivity.