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Location: Berkeley, California
What do clients say about working with you?
"Are you dissatisfied with some aspect of your work (or life)? I help clients achieve that which is most important to them, and I also help clients to transform those situations, perspectives, or habits that get in the way of this achievement. You were meant to thrive, to work and live in a way that satisfies you and fits with who you are and what you need!"
What types of people do you typically coach?
I have my BA in psychology; a master’s in clinical social work; and extensive training in positive assertiveness and conflict resolution; and I worked with folks as a psychotherapist prior to entering the world of coaching. I’ve also spent many years as a professional writer/editor, primarily serving academic communities in and outside the U.S. and also providing resume-writing services.
How can clients get started working with you as their coach?