Career Coaching & Life Coaching

Career Coaching & Life Coaching

Life transitions or career changes can be a demanding task, but it needn’t be with the right coach. When therapy isn’t the right fit, get someone who has training in psychotherapy and has experience being an effective Coach. Coaching takes a Positive Psychology perspective, and has differing values and philosophy than psychotherapy.

During Coaching you can expect:

  • Facilitation of needs, motivations, desires, skills and limiting thought processes
  • Appropriate goal and boundary setting
  • Encouragement of a commitment to action so the change process can move forward
  • A helpful guide to enhance your internal self-efficacy and hope
  • And more…

Contact Jeff Wilfong for a free consultation today to see how therapy can help you. You can either email him () or call him (888-511-4269). You can read about the many services he offers here.

Book and Audio recommendations

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Man’s Search for Meaning ( book  kindle  )
By Viktor Frankl

Prisoner’s of our own thoughts: Viktor Frankl’s Principles for Discovering Meaning in Life and Work ( book  kindle )
By Alex Pattakos, PhD 

The Art of Uncertainty: How to Live in the Mystery of Life and Love It ( book  kindle )
By Dennis Merritt Jones 

Emotional Chaos to Clarity: How to Live More Skillfully, Make Better Decisions, and Find Purpose in Life ( book  kindle )
By Phillip Moffitt 

Change Happens: When to Try Harder and When to Stop Trying So Hard ( kindle )
By Avrum Weiss 

Einstein’s Dreams (book kindle )
By Alan Lightman

The Confidence Gap: A Guide to Overcoming Fear and Self-Doubt (book kindle )
By Russ Harris 

Self-esteem ( book kindle)
By Matthew McKay & Patrick Fanning 

The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are ( book kindle mp3)
By Brene Brown

Website resources

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Authentic Happiness at Univ. Penn.
Wikipedia – Coaching Wikipedia – Positive Psychology
SearchHappiness – Positive Psychology

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