Do you care for an older loved one or work in the healing or helping professions?
There is plenty of evidence that you are at a higher-than-average risk for stress-related illness, including depression, anxiety, obesity, diabetes, and other chronic and life-threatening illness.
Perhaps you’ve felt the impact of caring for others as burnout, compassion fatigue, or as a general decline in your own health and well-being.
I am now offering, on a limited basis to select clients, Care Partner Coaching. This service is available via Skype or in person at my Ithaca, NY office.
This is for you if you are ready to:
- Regain your balance, reclaim your peace, and move forward with mutually satisfying care partner relationships.
- Learn to nurture yourself, manage anxiety, and improve relationships with loved ones and co-workers.
- Cultivate your dormant creativity, connect with your Spirituality, and have the best possible physical and emotional health.
If you are ready to live fully and give to others from a full heart, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to apply to work with me in this exciting new program.
Lisa Kendall has worked in the human service field for over 30 years, specializing in the areas of aging and Elder care, women’s health, chronic illness, grief and loss, trauma, work/life balance, and adult survivors of childhood abuse issues.
Formerly Senior Consultant for Work and Family Services at Cornell University, Lisa provides consultation and coaching and maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Ithaca, NY. She holds advance certification in clinical social work gerontology and is a Certified Educator for The Eden Alternative.
Lisa teaches at the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute and serves on the Cornell University President’s Advisory Council on Work and Family Issues.
A popular speaker on Elder care and mental health at the local, state, national, and international level, Lisa is an expert on Dementia care and has written a number of newspaper articles on aging, mental health, and wellness issues. In 2010, Lisa started a blog, “Reflections from the Crossroads,” to support change in how society views aging and to promote self-care for all members of the care partner team.