Coaching is about change. A coach can often help you set goals and work through the obstacles that prevent you from reaching them. A coach can help you make positive changes in areas of your life, such as work, relationships, exercise and diet, and help you manage such life events as job loss or chronic illness. Coaching can be provided by phone or over the Internet. An office visit is usually not required.
There are many qualified coaching professionals available to you. We would encourage you to talk to them and review their credentials and background before setting up coaching sessions.
Dr. Ron Breazeale provides coaching services. To schedule an appointment, contact Dr. Breazeale by phone at (207) 773-7993, Ext. 25, or contact us.
- Read about the benefits of professional coaching at International Coaching Federation website.
- Read what what Psychology Today bloggers have to say about Life Coaching.
- Read Why Should We Teach/Coach Others in Building Resilience. From Building Resilience: Peer Coaching Manual by Ronald L. Breazeale, Ph.D. & Richard C. Lumb, Ph.D.
- Learn about the virtual coaching assistant powered by artificial intelligence by PocketConfidant AI.
The following articles may be helpful with your quest to build your own resilience or to coach another in doing so:
- My Experience
- Surviving A Miscarriage
- Violets Do Well in Sunlight and In Shade
- Resilience and Disability.
- Managing Stress
- Finding a Partner in Your Healthcare
- Disability and Coaching
- Death and Loss
- Benefits of Optimism
- Being a Good Parent
- Avoiding Caregiver Burnout