Ms. Wendy Dolber MA, ACC

Life Coach
Wendy Dolber

Credentials: Certification

Institution: International Coach Federation

Certification: ACC

Certification Year: 2015

Institution: The Graduate Institute

Graduated: 2015

In practice since: 1980

Wendy Dolber is an Option Method teacher, transformational life coach, author, workshop leader, yoga teacher and Reiki practitioner. She is the founder of Dialogues in Self Discovery LLC and Director of Center for The Option Method. She was trained directly by the creator of The Option Method, Bruce Di Marsico. Wendy is the author of The Guru Next Door, A Teacher’s Legacy, as well as a contributor to The Option Method: The Myth of Unhappiness, The Collected Works of Bruce Di Marsico on The Option Method and Attitude. Wendy and her colleagues work with students and clients all over world to empower happiness and freedom from self defeating beliefs. In addition to her wellness work, Wendy also has extensive management and financial experience.

Wendy has a Master's Degree in Consciousness Studies from The Graduate Institute. She holds the designation of Associate Certified Coach from The International Coach Federation.

Areas of Specialty

Anger Management

Anxiety

Confidence

Coping Skills

Depression

Emotional Disturbance

Family Conflict

Grief

Life Coaching

Positivity

Peer Relationships

Relationship Issues

Self Esteem

Spirituality

Treatment Methods

Coaching

Life Coaching

Meditation and Guided Visualization

Mindfulness

Books Wendy has Published

The Guru Next Door, A Teacher’s Legacy

The Guru Next Door: A Teacher’s Legacy brings the spirit of personal development expert Bruce Di Marsico’s revolutionary concept — the Option Method — to the masses. This remarkable book shares both the author’s experience with the essence of the man and the thinking behind his reflective teachings.

Articles Wendy has Published
Who’s in charge? You or your mind?
Who’s in charge? You or your mind?

If only we could control our minds. Wouldn't we be invincible then? Nothing could get under our skin. No one could intimidate us. We wouldn't be afraid of anything. Our emotions would never get away from »

If only we could control our minds. Wouldn't we be invincible then? Nothing could get under our skin. No one could intimidate us. We wouldn't be afraid of anything. Our emotions would never get away from us. We could bring all our brainpower to whatever we are doing. Maybe we'd even be able to heal ourselves and overcome pain and suffering at will. Wouldn't we be happy then! Perhaps the idea of controlling..

Ms. Wendy Dolber · January 17th, 2017

Ms. Wendy Dolber · January 17th, 2017

Eight Ways to Jumpstart Your New Year
Eight Ways to Jumpstart Your New Year

As we say goodbye to 2016, we may already thinking about how to make 2017 the best year yet. Every new year, in fact, every day and every moment of the day, is a perfect opportunity to reassess what's »

As we say goodbye to 2016, we may already thinking about how to make 2017 the best year yet. Every new year, in fact, every day and every moment of the day, is a perfect opportunity to reassess what's working and not working in our lives. Here are eight ideas that have served me well. I hope you find them helpful. One. Declutter your belief system. If this is the only thing you do, you will have an..

Ms. Wendy Dolber · December 31st, 2016

Ms. Wendy Dolber · December 31st, 2016

If Time Heals All Wounds, Why Are We
If Time Heals All Wounds, Why Are We Still Suffering?

Time heals all wounds, or so it is said. Think about a time when you grieved every day over the loss of a loved one. Think about something that made you so angry you couldn't stop thinking about it. What »

Time heals all wounds, or so it is said. Think about a time when you grieved every day over the loss of a loved one. Think about something that made you so angry you couldn't stop thinking about it. What about that embarrassing moment so long ago that you thought you would never get over? Do you still feel the same way today? Chances are as with so many things, with time, things change, memories fade..

Ms. Wendy Dolber · May 17th, 2016

Ms. Wendy Dolber · May 17th, 2016