Long Beach Coaching Cafe
March 1 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pmFree
Long Beach Coaching Cafe
Facilitator: Carrie Doubts, PCC
Date: Friday, March 1, 2024
Time: 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM Pacific Time
– Local business
– Large parking lot – free
– Lots of outdoor and indoor seating
This is a great spot with outdoor and indoor seating and a variety of restaurants and shops. Cassidy’s Corner Cafe serves coffee and sandwiches.
Meet at the entrance of the Hangar building near Cassidy’s Corner Cafe at 3:30 and we’ll find a table when everyone has arrived.
Whether you are an experienced coach, just launching your practice, or coach curious, a Coaching Cafe is for YOU!
Attending a Cafe is an informal opportunity to build relationships and share ideas. There is no charge for participating, and you do not need to be a member of ICFLA to attend. Topics can range from how we maintain work/life balance as coaches to challenges we might face with our clients.
About Carrie Doubts
Carrie is a Spiritual Resilience Coach working with men and women experiencing major life transitions, whether in relationships, careers, health, or spirituality.
She supports people to navigate through the upheaval and chaos of major life transitions and the sense of profound loss and identity confusion that are part of these changes. She assists her clients in discovering their natural resilience and wholeness when faced with difficult life challenges, utilizing a potential-based coaching philosophy. Ultimately, Carrie’s clients learn to embrace change as a co-creative partner and transformational opportunity – and even as a blessing – that leads them to create a life they love on the other side of change.
As the founder of Life’s Next Chapter Coaching, Carrie’s passion is helping men and women discover new dreams for themselves as they consciously and powerfully rebuild their lives after loss. The mission of LNCC is to assist clients to reconnect with their hearts, reclaim their power, and realign with their purpose to create their life’s next chapter.
Carrie provides Mentor Coaching and Coaching Supervision for practicing coaches and students seeking ICF credentialing at the ACC and PCC levels. She joined the Ethics Independent Review Board for the ICF in 2019 and was appointed to the position of Chair in 2023. Carrie holds a Master’s Degree in Spiritual Psychology With an Emphasis on Consciousness, Health, and Healing, as well as certifications in Grief Counseling, Mentor Coaching, Transformational Presence Coaching, and Relationship and Divorce Coaching.