Hi! My role as a coach is to reflect to my client what I call their inner gem. I help them connect with their innate brilliance and wisdom that will move them forward towards their desired life and way of being. I coach around all aspects of life including career, relationships and major transitions. I guide my clients to cultivate a harmonious relationship with themselves as the essential initiator of all positive momentum.
Michelle Hertrich, Certified Professional Coach
Relationship Coach and Consultant
I have a bachelor’s degree in family and child development and 32 years experience in social services, working for the past 23 years with survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence and sexual assault.
I do Coaching, Counseling, and Consultation
Counseling deals with current emotions brought on by past issues, often traumatic experiences. One definition of trauma is anything that is less than nurturing. Many people are unaware they’ve experienced trauma and that it is getting in the way of self-love and happy relationships.
During consultation I’m teaching clients skills and information to assist with increasing self-confidence, positive emotions, and improved relationships. For the past 14 years I’ve taught clients how to love themselves, decrease shame, have healthier relationships, and thrive after trauma.
Coaching involves removing visible and invisible roadblocks to something we desire that we don’t yet have. If we want something… more joy, to be self-employed, a new relationship…but we don’t have it yet, something is getting in our way. This is often our limiting beliefs or self-sabotage. Uncovering these beliefs or habits helps clients free the way to achieve their greatest desires.
Relationships begin with ourselves. We may think a relationship will finally help us gain confidence or feel happy. If you find yourself choosing partners that you think are different, only to find you’ve made a similar choice to the last one that didn’t work out, you may some have work to do. It is not until we truly fall in love with ourselves that we can finally make choices that validate that.
If you feel confused in your current relationship as to why it feels like an emotional roller coaster or why you or your partner just can’t get it right, you may have some work to do. The only person you can change is yourself and over the years I’ve taught hundreds of clients to make the changes that significantly improved their relationships.
If this sounds like something you may be looking for, give a call to schedule a free 30-minute consultation. If we’re a good fit, it’ll be our first success together! If we’re not a good fit, I know many amazing therapists and coaches I can refer you to.
Young adulthood is a time of life that is so full of promise and potential. But, let’s face it—it’s also a time that can be overwhelming and stressful. After all, you are only setting the course for the rest of your life! As a certified life coach, I can help you figure out where you are going—and how to get there.
Whether you are a young adult–or there is a young adult in your life that you think could benefit from coaching–contact me so we can talk more. This is an age group that is capable of incredible resilience, growth, and insight. I love that about young adults—and that’s why I’m excited to support them.
DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR ♦ MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT ♦ LEADERSHIP COACH ♦ WORKSHOP FACILITATOR ♦ SPEAKER
CEO & FOUNDING MEMBER, LEADING CONSULTATION INTERNATIONAL, LLC
Dr. Frankie Weinberg holds the Dean Henry J. Engler, Jr. Distinguished Professorship at the Loyola University New Orleans College of Business. He founded Leading Consultation International (LCI), is an elected Board Member of the Southern Management Association, Associate Editor at the Journal of Managerial Psychology and Regional Co-Director/New Orleans Chapter Leader for the Scholars Strategy Network. A certified firefighter, certified LEGO® Serious Play® facilitator and forthcoming certified Whole Person Coach, Dr. Weinberg completed his Ph.D. in Management with a minor in psychology at the University of Georgia where he also earned a certificate specializing in adult learning. He also holds an M.B.A. and a Certificate of Leadership Studies from the State University of New York at Binghamton and a B.B.A. in Finance and International Business from Loyola University in Maryland.
Dr. Weinberg’s areas of expertise include leadership; cohesion-building; designing, implementing, and analyzing mentoring and coaching programs and learning cultures; maximizing the benefits of workplace diversity; leveraging social networks; improving teamwork and decision-making processes; and criteria development for assessment. He has lent advice to executives, administrators, and board members at several global organizations, including the White House Office of Budget and Management; the Select Committee for the Modernization of Congress; the Council of Chief Judges of the U.S. State Intermediate Courts of Appeal; Booz Allen Hamilton; RAMTeCH corporation; the SPCA; capital projects leadership teams at Cleveland Clinic and Akron General Hospital; the executive team at the University of Georgia’s facilities management; the NOPD, and the New Orleans Office of Performance and Accountability.
An active member of the Academy of Management, the Southern Management Association (SMA), the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology (SIOP), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), INGRoup teams research network, and Qualified Management Network (QMNet), Dr. Weinberg has authored dozens of papers accepted for publication and presentation and earned awards for his research and quality of service. He led and continues to advise the leaders of SMA’s Pre-Doctoral Student Consortium, and also serves a continuing role as formal research mentor for the Network of Leadership Scholars. His research, published in the Journal of Management, The Leadership Quarterly, Communication Research, Group & Organization Management, and other high quality journals, has earned several accolades: His social networks research is featured as a best practice in data collection and preparation in Organizational Research Methods, his article on the social construction of lone wolfism was elected the Article of the Year in the Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice, and his mentoring research was awarded Highly Commended status by the Emerald Literati Network. He is currently writing a forthcoming book on mentorship. His ongoing involvement in these research projects and communities enables Dr. Weinberg to produce cutting-edge solutions to meet contemporary business management and leadership development needs.
Dr. Weinberg has established a global consulting, teaching, & speaking repertoire including executive, professional, classroom, and experiential engagements on four continents with earned university teaching evaluations averaging 4.7 on a five-point scale. He has taught at the University of Georgia, Singapore Institute of Management, The Cyprus International Institute of Management, the University of Silesia in Poland, and at Assumption University in Bangkok, Thailand. He designs and conducts workshops and developmental sessions specialized to meet the needs of his clients, and his coaching centers on empowering clients to bring forth their authentic self and positioning them to take the lead on their continuing development. Previous workshop topics include leadership development; developing and leveraging a learning and mentoring culture; 360-degree solutions; creating & managing high performance teams; conflict management; strengthening & renewing organizational culture; leveraging diversity; professional communications; human resource processes, corporate social responsibility initiatives, and engaging intrapreneurial innovation. Through LCI’s global network of management experts (QMNet), Dr. Weinberg connects organizations and individuals with the right experts to suit their managerial, analytical, developmental, & coaching needs.
As a PCC professional coach, I work with individuals that are ready to explore their creativity, internal power, and personal story. If you are contemplating moving into the process of owning YOUR potential, then I’d love to talk with you.
I have a Masters in Psychology, a Bachelor of Fine Arts, a PCC credential from the International Coach Federation, and I am a Certified Strength Coach through Gallup. I currently work in person or worldwide via Zoom.
Does life give you a hangover?
Are you like so many other empaths and highly sensitive people? Do you feel like simply living “normal” life weighs you down with overwhelm?
Look, I know what it’s like…
When you’ve tried your whole life to “act normal” and “do the right thing”.
When you’ve been suppressing your true self and your true needs and your true preferences in acquiescence to other people’s “shoulds”.
When doing so has left you stressed out and overwhelmed, living a life that’s not exactly what you once dreamed of.
When you know there’s potential hiding inside of you, but your current career is squashing it.
When you know you “should” take better care of yourself, but you can never get it to stick.
When you desperately want to take some kind of action and start making changes.
When you’re not quite sure how to go about it and you’re terrified of making the wrong choice.
When you keep putting it off, because it’s overwhelming and scary.
If any of this sounds like you, then please know that you are not alone!
This is what happens when highly sensitive people have been taught to follow the lifestyles of the less sensitive. When they have been told time and time again that they are “too sensitive” and that they should “just grow thicker skin”.
I’m a highly sensitive introvert myself and I know what it’s like. I know the price you pay when your career or your lifestyle as a whole are not a good match for your personality. I know the obstacles that can hold you back from making the changes you are yearning for.
But I also know that it’s very much possible to turn it all around! I did it myself and I’d love to serve as your guide as you search for and move forward on the right path for you!
As a life and career coach for highly sensitive people, my mission is to help you flourish without burnout. Here are some examples of the kinds of goals my HSP clients are working on:
~make wellness habits permanent
~establish healthy boundaries in relationships
~adopt and employ stress management tools
~improve time management skills
~identify and transition into a career that’s in alignment with your personality and preferences
~transition into self employment
~learn to manage doubts and fears and ease out of your comfort zone without compromising your HSP needs
Ready to take a step forward? Visit my website to sign up for a FREE intro session. In this 30-minute Zoom-meeting, we’ll work on clarifying your goals and talk about how coaching might help you reach them!
Do you wish your relationships could be as full of fire as they were when you were younger? Or was your sex life never as smoking as you wanted it to be? When you and your lover have alone time, do you look forward to exciting intimacy or do you dread the routine?
As a psychologist since 1987, I have worked with people exploring sexuality, working through trauma and people in various stages of intimate relationships. I have worked with families and divorcing spouses. As a whole life relationship coach, I have worked with couples and relationship groups to help heal relationships or to help people decide to end them and do so with grace and care. My greatest joy is working with people to create their sizzling hot enduring sexual lives. To me, there is nothing sadder than a life full of regret. I know that everyone can have her ideal sexual relationship. My mission is to show you how to create yours.
Jen holds a masters degree in organizational leadership, change management and Whole Person Coaching certifications, and is currently expanding her skill set to include acupuncture and oriental medicine. She integrates 15+ years of leadership and experience supporting people through change with her empathetic nature and ability to see the best in everyone she meets and help them realize their unique potential.
She has a passion for helping people find purpose and meaning in their work and helping workplaces evolve to truly support employees overall health, well-being, long-term engagement, and growth.
Hello, my name is Beverly Hughes and I am a Personal and Business Empowerment Coach. I came to this profession, as many do, seeking to help others find their way to live more passionate, fulfilling lives, and to reach the goals they set out to achieve, or the dreams they want to realize.
All too often, people spend their lives doing things that drain them of their life force. I was one of those people. After several jobs/endeavors out of college that didn’t pay much, I took a job in a Fortune 500 company for a larger paycheck. The next thing I knew, I was in so deep that I felt trapped, as by then, I was vested, advancing on a career path, making a good income and able to live in a small, beautiful town that otherwise didn’t have many viable employment opportunities.
I won’t say that I didn’t have good experiences or didn’t meet lots of great people along the way – because I did; but for too much of my time there, I struggled to hang onto myself. It was a high stress, hyper-competitive environment, with long hours, and not a lot of consideration for the people doing the work. Unfortunately, this is common now at many workplaces. I continued for the reasons I did – but I dreamed of a future where I could do something that better-matched my unique gifts of helping others in a creative, meaningful way.
I eventually left that business, and took a sabbatical – traveling, volunteering, and seriously contemplating how I wanted to show up in this world for the next chapter. The experience and skills that I had built, while useful to leverage and share, were not ones that I wanted to continue in quite the same way. What did resonate strongly for me was to continue being of service, as I always loved that in each of the jobs that I had done. But this time I wanted to be involved directly with others in doing something to support their personal empowerment, and help them reach their goals of living more passionate, authentic and successful lives.
In the realm of business, because of my background in finance, sales, and management (non-profit, entrepreneurial and corporate), my opportunities now are to help people looking to develop themselves professionally, or those running small or mid-sized businesses, who want to up their game, and achieve a balance where their work and personal lives are in harmony. I also want to help people in work environments who choose that path for particular reasons, be able to hang onto their own sense of well-being and make their lives work better, while being more successful. I have a deep understanding of how that feels, AND what it takes to do it. I want to support people in these journeys, and coaching is a perfect way to do that.
We are all walking this larger path together at the same time in history. We each have unique gifts to bring to the world. For me, it’s all about connecting in a creative process, exploring potential and possibilities, and seeing things come together for people to be the best that they can be. Are you ready to begin your journey? Take the first step!