Carole Landis is a personal life coach and licensed psychotherapist. She motivates stressed and overwhelmed male and female professionals to clear the obstacles that prevent them from feeling successful in all aspects of their lives. She provides professional services for clients facing dilemmas related to relationships, personal interactions in the workplace, and professional achievements - including coaching men and women business managers facing stressful situations.
Her insight and client sensitivity come from 28 years in both corporate and healthcare-centered venues, where she honed her professional skill -building in marketing communications, management, sales, consulting, clinical social work, counseling, training, and coaching. Her foundation is supported by Master Degrees from both Arcadia University and Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research.
Carole's coaching framework has evolved from her training with master certified coaches from Thomas Leonard's CoachVille.
This broad variety of experience provides Carole with a wellspring for coaching clients to:
- Gain new insights and skills to manage and meet new challenges, and set better goals
- Boost self confidence /competency at developing strategies to handle difficult situations
- Discover more effective communication skills as a bridge to resolution
As a psychotherapist, Carole is experienced in providing diagnosis and therapy to adults, children, couples, and families. As a coach she has provided one-to-one performance coaching to women facing a variety of civil and criminal legal proceedings.
Currently she specializes in preparing women and men facing divorce, separation, and custody cases to clearly and convincingly present their needs to the legal decision makers, and to appropriately handle their emotions and behaviors, while supporting their attorneys' efforts.
Carole's work with attorneys stems from her long-standing advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. As a certified domestic violence counselor, she directed Abington Memorial Hospital's (PA) domestic violence intervention program in conjunction with the Women's Center of Montgomery County. As an advocate for the under-served, she worked for six years with police, district attorneys and lawyers. She represented Abington Memorial Hospital and the Pennsylvania Coalition against Domestic Violence on a number of task forces at the state, and county levels, including Pennsylvania attorney general's Family Violence Task Force. She served on the board of directors of Laurel House, the Montgomery County Women's Shelter.
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