Newsbriefs - Local Articles

Coaching Through Life Transitions

After over 20 years as an executive leader in nursing and healthcare management at a leading global medical center as well as many years coaching patients and their families in times of distress and a recent desire to become an entrepreneur, Pat Miller of Coach for Well Being transitioned to become a life and career coach.

Miller began her career as a registered nurse with a specialty in critical care nursing. She has been a clinical nurse specialist and nursing educator along with having authored literature on the care of the cardiothoracic surgical patient. In addition, she has spear headed prevention and wellness programs at New York based multinational corporations.

A year ago Miller began her journey to establish a new career as a certified life and career coach by attending New York University’s Organizational and Life Coaching Program. “With my extensive nursing and teaching background it seemed the perfect fit,” she says.

Coach for Well Being specializes in balancing work and home, loss of a loved one, elder care, recovering from an illness, looking for a relationship, career change, sandwich generation issues, job loss and separation/divorce.

“I help people successfully navigate life transitions,” says Miller.

One client stated, “I found Pat to have one of the most soothing, compassionate demeanors, she comes from a nurturing, kind and maternal place. That attitude really resonated with me.”

Locations: Piermont and Midtown Manhattan. She can be reached at 914-414-3161 or by visiting CoachForWellBeing.com. Phone and Skype sessions available.

Posted in: Newsbriefs
Return to Previous Page

Leave a Reply