Meet Your Coach

 


Wendy Taddeucci is a life purpose coach who works with individuals that are at a crossroads in life, anxious and stressed over their next step.  Through her proven success path, Wendy works with her clients to help them eliminate stress and anxiety so that they can push past their boundaries and finally become the person they always knew they could be.  Wendy knows this success path well as she walked it herself when she was discovering a new path in her own life.  
 
Recently, Wendy created a pilot program to support Adult Children of Senior Citizens through the role reversal between themselves and their parent so that they can more easily deal with what's next - because in caring for a senior citizen - there is always a what's next.  Wendy discovered that as the adult daughter of a senior citizen (her mother is a feisty 84 years young) who has been deciding on care for her mother for the past 7 years, she can empathize with other adult children AND as a coach, she can help her clients to overcome the struggles they are facing so that they can get part of their lives back and empower themselves to make decisions.​
 
Wendy holds a Certificate in Life & ADHD Coaching from Coach Approach for Organizers.  Wendy is also a former Certified Professional Organizer.
 
Outside of her passion for coaching, Wendy loves traveling with her husband Steve, who she's been married to for 25 years. Wendy also enjoys reading a good biography and is an avid Gilmore Girls fan.
 

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'You are an amazing coach.  You've kept me going.  I can't say, "Thank you," enough.  You truly have had my back and looked out for my highest and best good.  You've given me amazing insights, encouragement, compassion, guidance and advice that has all been exactly what I needed.'

 Laura P.