Meet Our Life Coaches

...Creating experiential services for the community!

Sanare Today’s life coaching program offers an extension of services to provide guidance to thrive in day to day life. Coaches will complete an evaluation with client in person for an hour and will collaborate with outpatient providers as appropriate. Life coaches work with clients to implement skills “in the field” to help empower them to feel capable and able to function at maximum capacity. This program is different than most in that our coaches assist in providing tools as opposed to hand-holding during this process. For instance, coaches will not necessarily be helping you clean your room, but will help evaluate barriers to doing this on your own such as difficulty responding to overwhelm, struggles with knowing how to prioritize etc. This approach is a crucial part of the process in that clients should end the program feeling empowered and independent as opposed to needing coaching or therapy forever.

Life Coaches: West Chester Location and surrounding areas

graduate student (WCU), Alex Feldstein

Alex Feldstein

Alex Feldstein is working as a Life coach while completing his Graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling at West Chester University.

mental health counselor, Alexis Grier, Autism-Specific IOP Track

Alexis Grier

Alexis Grier recently graduated with her master’s degree. She earned her B.A. in Psychology from West Chester University and holds a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Life Coaches: Philadelphia and surrounding areas

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Siobhonn Job

Graduating with an undergraduate degree in Psychology, Siobhonn is currently pursuing postgraduate education in Mental Health Counselling starting the path to licensure as a professional counsellor.

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Sasha Radtke

Sasha earned her B.A. in Psychology from West Chester University of Pennsylvania and is currently finishing her M.S. in Mental Health Counseling at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.