In an episode if “Inside Wellesley”, Eric Archer from Wellesley Media Group examines the barriers to self-advancement that people experience from time to time. Fear, anxiety procrastination, and self-sabotage can leave us feeling stuck, unable to take the necessary steps toward the futures that we imagine for ourselves. To combat these innermost challenges, many people hire a life coach – someone skilled in the arts of organization, strategy, and accountability who can give us the tools for achieving clarity of purpose and the ability to move forward.
Life coaches come from a range of different backgrounds with a variety of specialties. Erich Archer spoke with five local life coaches, all with distinctly different focuses. Natalia Sedo is a life coach with 20 years of experience as a nurse practitioner. Natalia incorporates life coaching as part of her nursing practice including complimentary therapies like relaxation, mindfulness, Qigong, and Thai Chi.
Jerry Di Matteo is the Director of Atlantic Counseling and Consultation and the Principle of Atlantic Consultants in Wellesley. Jerry works as a life coach, an attention deficit coach, and an executive coach.
Linda Marks is a graduate of MIT and Yale and has practiced body psychotherapy, coaching, and mediation in Newton for 27 years.
Roberta Taylor became a retirement transition coach in Wellesley after a long career as a psychotherapist. And John Curran is a work-life balance coach who works with entrepreneurs in areas of time management, focus, and the stress of running businesses.
On this episode of Inside Wellesley, these five local life coaches will discuss this ambiguous industry, how it all works, and why they believe it is so beneficial.
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