Wall Street Veteran Launches Love and Relationship Coaching Practice: Attracting Happy, Healthy Relationships
Noreen Ehrlich, a Wall Street CFO turned love and relationship expert, has launched Dreamtown, a coaching business to help professionals find success in love. With almost two decades of experience in Manhattan’s real estate private equity industry, and a trajectory through Japan to India’s Bollywood and California’s Hollywood, Ehrlich returned to Connecticut this summer to open the practice. The Greenwich resident is currently becoming certified in the Calling in “The One” coaching method developed by Katherine Woodward Thomas.
Ehrlich’s eight-week programs are designed to help people attract and engage in happy, healthy relationships that succeed. The focus at Dreamtown is on identifying love goals, replacing destructive patterns with constructive ones and manifesting deep, meaningful partnerships. This transformation is the basis for a fulfilling life, she says.
“I’ve traveled the world and completed several successful careers,” she says. “And yet, success in love can be elusive for highly driven, successful professionals. I refused to accept that we could only be successful in one aspect of our lives. Using the deliberate, smart guidance we apply to our careers, we can and will transform our personal relationships for the better.”