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British - born Suzannah Galland is a life advisor, who leads clients to achieve breakthroughs in every aspect of their lives. She uses her keen, sensory-level intuition to access the various factors at play in complex relationships and life-changing decisions. Her insights into clients and the people are remarkably astute, and her advice for moving forward out of tricky situations is perceptive, specific and actionable.

Suzannah is a contributor to Goop and a contributing author to The Sex Issue: Everything You've Always Wanted to Know about Sexuality, Seduction, and Desire.  She has also written her perspective and insights for Huffington Post, Harper’s Bazaar, Thrive Global, Medium and KORA Organics.   Designated Vogue's Intuitive Life Coach, she has also been featured in numerous high-profile publications including Forbes, New York Magazine, Refinery 29, Vogue, Los Angeles Magazine, The Telegraph, USA, Today.   Suzannah has appeared on NBC’s Today Show and as a frequent guidance expert for CW’s America’s Next Top Model: Guys & Girls.

Before coming to the U.S., Suzannah enjoyed a highly-touted TV production career. She worked for the BBC, ABC News, MTV Europe, and acclaimed author and actor, Steven Berkoff. She is a licensed HeartMath coach and licensed in Kinesiology by Brain Gym®. She is certified in Management Consulting Essentials & Executive Leadership by Cornell University.

With a mission to love, I am here to help light the way forward in the journey. With actionable and straightforward advice, l will provide support and honest advice and direction for any situation, concern or goal you need guidance on or endeavor to achieve. 

We torture ourselves with gnawing questions of: “What did I do wrong?”
 

My Story is about love and finding my way back with a more organic approach, to keep falling in love and risking it. 

I loved a man when I was in my 20s. We began as friends; we were both hard workers and got along brilliantly. He was there for me through the long illness and death of my sister, who loved him as well, and we bonded through both the laughter and pain. We were together for seven years, before finally tying-the-knot in a simple ceremony in London just before we dived across the pond to embark on married life in the street-lined streets of southern California. 

We had every reason to believe we would be together for life. So when that seemingly unbreakable bond started to sever, it was an especially agonizing puzzle for me. Where had it gone off? Why were we growing apart? Something was troubling him, but he wouldn’t say what. I kept telling him that I couldn’t help him if he wouldn’t let me in. After giving him my everything, I felt that I’d failed him as a wife and as a woman. I stopped asking questions. I stopped digging for answers. We were having absurdly loud quarrels over utter nonsense. 

One summer evening, I came home from work earlier than usual. Something was gnawing at the pit of my stomach as I ventured up the stairs to our bedroom. I remember it so vividly. I opened the door, and there he was dressed in one of my cocktail dresses, pearls around his neck, 6-inch heels jammed on his feet, my lipstick smeared across his lips. Amid my shock and confusion, the man I loved boldly told me he wanted to be a woman. 

I took a deep breath, and I filed for divorce. This was a stranger with whom I’d been more intimate than anyone in the world, and I felt as though the cocoon of love we shared was all a lie. Specific painful memories from our marriage made a lot more sense in retrospect. I was reluctant to leave my pain, yet it was clear that I needed to opt-out, and fast. I squared my shoulders, swallowed hard, and embraced my recovery. I was suddenly free of the feeling of having failed him, but this did not relieve the agony I faced in seeking intimacy and connection from another soul. 

I set out on a quest for transformation, where I stepped outside of everything I knew. I was unafraid to go deeper and face love head-on.  But the one invaluable skill I honed was to trust my gut and I go with it, that is my gold.

What I hope to provide in my work is a voice of experience, drawn from many years of healing my own heartaches, to finding healthy, loving relationships. I find joy in working with men and women to inspire love.