About Jill & Vicki


Jill Crossland

Born in Nottingham, England, Jill lived in many countries before settling in Canada. Her first job was as an assistant to an antique dealer in Toronto’s Yorkville area; from there she went on to obtain a Degree in Business Administration.

Upon reaching her 40’s Jill started examing what she had achieved, where she was and how she wanted to shape her future. Wanting more from her career Jill started to research other options. Jill then decided to train as a Life Coach in order to help other women to explore their life journey.

Jill Crossland is the founder of TimeFinders Coaching. She offers life and small business coaching to women across North America through telephone sessions. Her website, TimeFinders Magazine, brings resources and articles to women in their homes and offices.

Jill’s experience reflects her strong commitment to helping women. From her work on government training programs that enable women to go from receiving welfare to re-entering the workforce to volunteer work in women’s shelters or teaching English in South Korea.

When she isn’t working or walking her two dogs, she likes to curl up with a good novel or a biography, this is often done in the company of one of her three cats.


Vicki Wolfson

Growing up in Montreal, there were two factors that contributed to Vicki’s life today; she was artistically and creatively inclined and people would come to her to discuss their problems. Oddly enough throughout Vicki’s life complete strangers would tell her intimate details about themselves that most people wouldn’t say to someone unknown to them. It seemed natural that Vicki chose the world of hairdressing and fashion through which to work with people and express herself.

At the age of 26, Vicki sought counseling to help her overcome being sexually abused. It was through working with her therapist that she decided to become a psychotherapist. Living in Vancouver she went on to do two years of her B.A in Psychology.

Vicki, already strong in her spirituality, had an amazing experience while visiting friends in Toronto. Staring into nature she felt completely connected to everything around her. She realized that she needed to move to Toronto to begin the next phase of her life. There Vicki enrolled at the Transformational Arts College which offered a course in Spiritual Psychotherapy; combining her two passions.

Vicki has her diploma in Spiritual Psychotherapy and is Registered In Human Relations with the Canadian Examining Board of Health Care Practitioners.

She provides Authenticity Coaching, Weight Loss Coaching & Counseling with a spiritual and holistic approach. Vicki assists her clients in making choices that are in line with being true and fair to themselves.

Vicki is currently in private practice in Red Deer, Alberta. Where she enjoys playing with her Jack Russell Terrier, reading self-help and spiritual books, and being a computer nerd. Vicki struggles to balance her passion for cooking with her life long weight challenge.


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