During this corona virus pandemic, I know that you may be feeling anxious, fearful, and maybe alone or isolated during this more uncertain time.
Starting this week, I will be responsibly delivering video or phone session therapy to you so that we can minimize the spread of the corona virus while maintaining therapy sessions.
Our sessions will remain the same. The difference is that you will have your therapy session in a safe, secure, convenient environment—within your home.
If you decide on a video session, you will receive an email invite… Continue reading
After more than twenty years in private practice as a licensed psychologist and conflict mediator, Dr. Jean Pollack is excited to launch her online relationship coaching practice, Innovative Life Coaching. So you can learn more about how she can help support your relationships, Jean is offering a free online fifteen-minute consultation.
As the founder of Innovative Counseling and now Innovative Life Coaching, Jean has led and overseen more than 18,000 sessions with couples, families, and parents during her years as a psychologist, life coach, and professor of Mind Body Psychology at Ryokan College in California.
“My new practice… Continue reading
EDITOR’S NOTE: This week’s contributor is Tamea Burd of Shine and Rise Life Coaching. Tamea is a certified Life Coach, based in Vancouver, BC, Canada. With a personal, kind, practical approach, she specializes in motivational, relationship, communication and career coaching.
Although it sounds counterproductive, often the best way to move forward in your life is to take a step back. When plans, goals, and dreams all seem to be a jumble of uncertainty, and we feel stressed, disappointed or fear that we “do not enough time” – that’s exactly when we need to take one solid… Continue reading
EDITOR’S NOTE: This week’s blog post features, Barbara Christensen of Stand Out Christian Coaching. Her work specializes in psychology and mental health counseling for Christian’s to overcome their fears and challenges, change their focus, and discover/rediscover their purpose and passions in life.
For changes to be lasting, you have to be ready.
Of course, you also need to acknowledge there is a problem you want to change. Then decide when you want to work toward changing your life. And it is best if you know what has kept you from this change previously.
• First, you have to… Continue reading
EDITOR’S NOTE: In our ongoing series showcasing professional life coaches, this week’s feature is from Karen Jones, an ICS Counselor. She reflects on her recent learnings on mindfulness and how to practice it as a way of being.
Upon returning from my latest mindfulness retreat, I find myself continuing to contemplate some of the discussions that included the term, habit energies. As I understand it, habit energies are those patterns, responses, and ways of being that we develop after observing, learning, and practicing them. We then begin to use them in our lives without much conscious intention; perhaps… Continue reading