Amy Schoen is a nationally recognized dating and relationship expert since 2004. She’s helped hundreds of marriage-minded individuals to find their lifelong mates. And she’s helped early-stage couples create fulfilling and satisfying relationships that lead to greater commitment and marriage.
In 2005, Coach Amy became a certified life coach through the Coaches Training Institute. She then completed Relationship Systems training with The Center for the Right Relationship. Today, she is a Certified Professional Life Coach. She uses her whole life coach training and incredible life experiences to serve her clients. Amy’s clients especially appreciate her empathy and approachable manner. In addition, Amy participates as a member of the International Coach Federation, especially in the DC Metro area.
Amy’s personal dating story is one of perseverance. She divorced in her mid-thirties and, in 2002 at the age of 42, she successfully remarried. This time the man she chose, Alan, is a much better partner! Despite their shared desire to have a family, she and her husband struggled with infertility for several years. Fortunately, at 48, Amy conceived and gave birth to their son.
Amy ran several successful businesses before dedicating her life’s work to life, relationship, and dating coaching. After earning an M.B.A. from Georgetown, she owned and operated an upscale clothing boutique in Bethesda, Maryland. She also had an image and wardrobe business. Amy helped her clients to discover their best image. By discovering their best image, her clients gained the confidence they needed to accomplish their life goals which often included finding a life partner. After closing the boutique in 2003, Amy continued as an image/wardrobe consultant and established Amy’s Eye for Style consulting service.
Coach Amy Schoen has the gift of visualization. As a life coach, she helps her clients visualize and then verbalize the kind of life they truly desire.
Amy is skillful at clarifying her client’s critical relationship values and what is truly important in their life so that they can fully connect with their true love partner whether they are single or already coupled. She strives to help her clients to feel at peace with their life choices so they will have no regrets about how they are spending their time, energy and resources to achieve their life goals
Her clients say that Amy is inspiring and a creative solution-oriented coach. They also appreciate her insightfulness for knowing how to read people in a given situation, be it personal or work, and offer perceptive solutions to help her clients achieve their relationship goals. One client said, “With Amy, you know she’s got your back!”
Coach Amy works closely with her clients on their online dating strategy and has a knack for helping her clients to represent themselves fully with their online profiles. Over two-thirds of her clients have met their life and marriage partners through online dating.
Amy is also a published author.
Amy enjoys utilizing her creative talents of writing and speaking through the medium of the web and the telephone to share her message of how to best find and connect with your true love. She is the author of the “Motivated to Marry® – Now There is a Better Method to Dating and Relationships” and “Get It Right This Time- How to Find and Keep Your Ideal Romantic Relationship”. She’s a contributing author to SelfGrowth.com’s book “101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life, Vol. 2” featuring top experts such as John Gray and Jack Canfield. Amy also writes a bi-monthly “Ask the Coach” relationship column for Viva Tysons magazine. She’s also the author of a fun, short book with a big message: “30 Very Good Reasons NOT to Get Married Until You Are 30!”
As a professional speaker, Amy Schoen has spoken to numerous professional organizations and social groups. Some of the groups and organizations are Professionals in the City, First Class, Learning Escapes, New Beginnings, Hadassah, American Women in Communications, Women Business Owners of Montgomery County, and the eWomen Network. Insight magazine, Washington Woman, Washington Families, and the Washington Jewish Week have featured her freelance articles. The New York Times, the Washington Post, the Washington Business Journal, and the Gazette Newspapers have quoted and featured Coach Amy and her work.
Over the years, numerous radio and TV stations have interviewed Amy. Among them are CBS radio, WUSA TV, WASH FM, WMET AM, WBIG AM, Montgomery County’s cable Channel 16, and Channel News 8 “Let’s Talk Live”.
Coach Amy’s main coaching Facebook page is www.facebook.com/