Psychology is a big topic. So big that people often have a hard time wrapping their heads around all the areas one could learn about for self-improvement and help.

Sometimes it might help to improve our lives if we had a little help. Sure, psychotherapy is always available. But so is something newer, called “coaching,” which focuses on self-improvement and building on your strengths (rather than focusing on treating a mental health issue or disorder).

I’m pleased to introduce our newest blog, Good Life with Coaching and Learning which will help introduce you to these topics. This blog is written by Jennie S. Bev and hopes to help people better understand the psychology of learning and teaching, learning styles and personality inventories, in relation to self-coaching and coaching others for performance optimization.

Jennie S. Bev is an award-winning author, columnist, and social entrepreneur based in Northern California. She has published approximately 900 articles and 80+ electronic books on the topics of business, entrepreneurship, social issues, human rights, communications, peace and justice, and multiculturalism, among many more. You can learn more about her background here.

Please give Jennie a warm Psych Central welcome!

 


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    Last reviewed: 13 Feb 2012

APA Reference
Grohol, J. (2012). Welcome to Good Life with Coaching and Learning. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 30, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/good-life/2012/02/13/welcome-to-good-life/

 

 

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