Ellen G. Goldman M.Ed., CPC

Life Coach
973-535-8891
Ellen Goldman

Credentials: Certification

Institution: Wellcoaches

Certification: Certified Professional Coach

Certification Year: 2005

Institution: University of Georgia

Graduated: 1977

In practice since: 2005

Areas of Specialty

Confidence

Coping Skills

Life Coaching

Obesity

Positivity

Self Esteem

Sleep or Insomnia

Success Coaching

Weight Loss

Other

Treatment Methods

Coaching

Life Coaching

Mindfulness

Positive Psychology

Success Coaching

Time Management

Articles Ellen has Published
The #1 Mistake Successful Business Professionals Make That
The #1 Mistake Successful Business Professionals Make That Destroy Their Health and Happiness & How

It may surprise you that one of the most common behavioral changes I work on with my clients concerns productivity and planning. As a wellness coach, the battle cry I hear most often is "I don't have time »

It may surprise you that one of the most common behavioral changes I work on with my clients concerns productivity and planning. As a wellness coach, the battle cry I hear most often is "I don't have time to take care of myself." If you feel that there are just not enough hours in the day, it will seem like a tall order to fit in exercise, cook healthy meals, get enough sleep, and manage your stress...

Ellen Goldman · October 29th, 2016

Ellen Goldman · October 29th, 2016

Heartbreak That Never Really Ends
Heartbreak That Never Really Ends

The morning of 9/11, I was waiting for a client to show up when I called my best friend. We often touch base with each other before beginning our work days. I knew from the sound of her voice that all »

The morning of 9/11, I was waiting for a client to show up when I called my best friend. We often touch base with each other before beginning our work days. I knew from the sound of her voice that all was not well, when she said, "Is anyplace safe anymore?" I had no idea what she was talking about since I typically enjoy silence in the early morning hours- no TV or radio. She, on the other hand, listens..

Ellen Goldman · September 11th, 2016

Ellen Goldman · September 11th, 2016

Surviving the Distraction Epidemic
Surviving the Distraction Epidemic

Stop into any office in corporate America and you'll be sure to notice the frenzied, hurried, chaotic pace of most employees. Phones are ringing; email and text alerts are sounding, faxes are coming in »

Stop into any office in corporate America and you'll be sure to notice the frenzied, hurried, chaotic pace of most employees. Phones are ringing; email and text alerts are sounding, faxes are coming in and out, and computers are humming. If you think this is just going on in the brick and mortar buildings of big companies, take a look at the entrepreneur doing business from his or her home office...

Ellen Goldman · August 19th, 2016

Ellen Goldman · August 19th, 2016