Coaching Certifications & Credentials

In addition to my work in advising young adults at elite schools such as The Wharton School, I have industry-recognized certifications to help guide our counseling sessions towards productive discovery and growth.

Below are brief descriptions of my most popular certifications.


Gallup Strengths Coach

Gallup-Certified Strengths Coaches epitomize strengths-based coaching excellence. Gallup’s strengths coaching leaders have developed a certification program that ensures coaches will be fully qualified to provide strengths-based coaching to anyone, including individuals, teams, and managers.


Strong Certified

For the past 80 years, the Strong Interest Inventory® assessment has provided time-tested, research-validated insights to help individuals find rich, fulfilling careers. Those certified in this program can successfully administer and interpret reports for career exploration and development.



The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument is administered by trained professionals all over the world and is the most widely used personality assessment of its kind. It is based on well-researched and validated work related to personality theory and has proven applications in a variety of fields.

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Thank you to Lexington Law for sponsoring this video and post.  I’ll be the first to admit that saving for some things is more fun than saving for others.  Saving for a tropical vacation with friends is more appealing than putting money aside for my kids’ college...
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Thanks to Lexington Law for sponsoring this video and post. Unfortunately, my family is all too familiar with identity theft and having a credit card (or two) opened up in our names.  Let me tell you, it’s not only frustrating and feels like an invasion of privacy,...
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