Judith Sherven, PhD & Jim Sniechowski, PhD Provide...
Whenever you, or any one of us, is up against a limit, personally or professionally, and you have to grow beyond that limit, you are faced with the challenge of having to extend yourself into what you don’t already know. In other words, you have to expand your sense of who you are—at the level of your identity—in order to move forward.
But the need to grow often comes with resistance—you procrastinate, you justify, evade, maybe you even find yourself doing self-destructive behaviors. And the end result? You stay right where you are. You may feel like you are willing to move, but there is something in the way—something mysterious, maddening, even paralyzing.
That something, that block—we call it a holdback—is hidden in the unconscious dimension of your mind and, until you discover and uproot what it is, it will always have more power than your conscious plans and intentions.
So what’s the answer? How do people free themselves from unconscious holdbacks?
That’s where we come in.
We are master executive coaches with a combined 50 years’ experience as authors, psychotherapists, seminar and workshop leaders, keynote speakers, corporate consultants, and, of course, personal and professional coaches. We’ve each earned PhD's in psychology, have trademarked our Fear of Being Fabulous orientation to unconscious holdbacks, and we enjoy a substantial list of national and international executive coaching clients.
To our clients we bring our in depth approach to problem solving and identity change. The change we provide, in identifying the relevant aspects of our clients’ internal and external world, penetrates beyond surface techniques into their identity so that behavior change is organic and lasting. As a result our clients’ goals are not only achievable but fulfilling.
As an additional benefit Judith brings tactical insight while Jim provides a strategic point of view—assigning practical and immediate steps to advance your intention and strategic vision to fit your immediate goals and objectives situation into your overall career trajectory.