If you’re wondering why you may need coaching or how it works, think of it this way: coaching gets you out of your discomfort zones and gets you to think in ways that will help you meet your full potential.
And I would want someone who has a degree in sociology and psychology as a good base. That would be Loretta Clift of Authentic Vision Coaching.
Loretta experienced transitions all through life while her children were growing – as we all do – and as her friends would come to her to discuss these transitions, she would help them with “thought shifts.” She finds now that she coaches parents of children with disabilities through the challenges and triumphs of transition into school.
Also, if you find yourself experiencing a persistent problem such as trying to change something in your life and you feel as if you’re falling short, a transformational coach can help you through a change, or to reset a dream. There’s no need to continue feeling unhappy with any part of your life!
Loretta grew up in Bucks County where she currently lives today. She has three grown children, a granddog, Berkeley, and two grandcats.
Having had 25 years in the field of psychology, Loretta decided that she wanted to fulfill a dream of coaching people through their life transitions. She started taking coaching courses at Montgomery County Community College, Bucks County Community College Coach Training Alliance and this fall starts at the University of Pennsylvania for executive coaching.
Loretta is the Executive Director of the Arc Alliance Children Services, which serves infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families in five counties. The Arc helps parents learn strategies that allows their children to participate in the lifestyle they envision for their families, being included in the community.
And for variety? She took 3rd in her age group at the Herb Kahl 5K run which raises money for scholarships for students in Warrington area; she’s a member of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the PA Association for the Education of Young Children; a member of the National Association of Professional Women. She also enjoys motivational speaking and has spoken at a number of places such as the Philadelphia Presbytery, the Nursing students and administration at Bucks County Community College, and the Overbrook School for the Blind.www.buckscountywomensjournal.com