Adrienne Gardner, PhD
Transitional Coach and Workshop Facilitator in Georgia
I began teaching high school math in the inner city of New York. It was there that I realized my passion for helping people. My passion for helping inspired me to pursue a career in guidance and counseling. My love of learning took me to Florida State University where I received a PhD in Counseling Psychology and Human Systems.
For over 15 years, I worked both in private practice and in educational settings as a psychotherapist, helping to resolve issues around self-esteem, career transitions, goal setting and weight management. As a Corporate Trainer and Master Facilitator I worked with groups on diversity and inclusion, values clarification, conflict resolution, team building and leadership development.
Coaching is a natural transition. I coach to give hope to the hopeless and voice to the voiceless by empowering women to realize their true potential. My goal is to participate in enhancing the quality of life for those with whom I interact. I have a great ability to simplify the complicated with compassion and help you understand that the power to change lies within. I believe that I can offer help and hope to you through coaching.
I live in Atlanta, a long way from the projects of BedStuy USA where I grew up. I enjoy working out in the gym, tap dancing and the beauty of dance, and doing "nothing" at the beach. I start each morning in prayer and end each day with thanksgiving. I love the Lord and believe that His promises are true.
If you are interested in discovering your authentic self and bringing more peace into your life or you'd just like to see what coaching is all about, please contact me for a Complimentary Coaching Session. I live to serve.
I commit to safely and efficiently support you in your progress to attain the change you feel is important to achieve the quality of life you are striving for.
Email me: InclusionConversations@gmail.com