Wednesday, August 21, 2019

#WellnessWed: WHY It's Important for BLACK WOMEN to invest in LIFE COACHING SERVICES


Life coaching has grown to be a supremely successful form of therapy, to the extent that it's assisted people with turning their entirely lives around.  A LIFE COACH is someone that looks to empower individuals by aiding them to create, meet and exceed goals in both their personal and professional lives.  Many people make general declarations of what they want to do with their lives, but a life coach can help you be more specific in what your "end game" and results should look like, and help you chart the path of your journey to bridge the gap between where you are currently and where you want to be.

Many black women seek the assistance of life coaches but often find it hard to work with professionals that don't share their personal struggles and experiences, and find it challenging to take the advice of others that provide talking therapy solutions when the person providing the counseling isn't empathetic to what they may go through day to day or even able to relate to them.  

Seasoned psychologist Adrienne Charleston understands the urgent need in the black community for women of color to seek mental health and life coaching services from professionals that share the same life experiences as they do.  Black women need assistance, extra guidance and coaching from someone that not only looks like them, but can relate to the "black woman experience".  

If you are a black woman interested in seeking assistance and life coaching from Adrienne Charleston, you may read all about her and the services she provides at her official website http://www.Adrienne-Charleston.com 





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A Better Chance A Better Community (ABC2) was founded in 2012 by Mr. Chester Williams to “empower young people by providing a life skills program that promotes positive values, healthy habits, and education through community development, culture, and awareness– resulting in real life power, World Changers as Game Changers”


The World Changers Program is a network of youth working collectively for positive community change.

In the seven years since its founding, A Better Chance, A Better Community(ABC2) has played a major role in the positive transformation of the Roanoke Valley from an area with too many unproductive, unsupervised kids with too much time to get into trouble to one providing young people with a valuable structured program which focuses on community development, youth engagement and fun.

ABC2’s signature program, The World Changers, is for young people ages 10 - 24 of various academic levels, demographics, and living in Halifax, Warren, Nash, Edgecombe, Wilson and Northampton Counties. Areas which suffers from health disparities and disproportionate systems of care & resources.


Some of the World Changers’ first projects were community garden plots at farmers market, state youth trainings, and launching a Summer Fitness Program for Teens. The young people drives the passion and mission of ABC2’s work.

Donate to the our World Changers program because the youth needs support and access to resources to Change The World One Community At A Time!
Cash App: $ABC2NC

In The Spirit Of Community
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