Every one of us goes through transitions in our lives. Sometimes, external factors such as caregiving impacts our ability to get through those transitions smoothly. And if caregiving isn’t enough, a stress of coming retirement can really put you out of alignment.
In this Leaders in Elder Care interview, we meet Michele Nuzzo. Michele is midlife transitions and retirement coach – someone who can help you get untuck when you are least able to make progress. What I really like about Michele’s approach to coaching is her use of time-tested assessment tools as part of her care. These tools are objective, disarming people who might otherwise be defensive or reluctant to open up to new ideas. Michele has a very soothing demeanor which is a perfect fit for a coach.
Congratulations to Michele for being a Leader in Elder Care.
About Michele Nuzzo
Midlife Transitions and Retirement Lifestyle Coach Michele A. Nuzzo is the founder of Midlife Menu. Michele empowers baby boomers to find their own path to a more conscious and joyful life as they juggle careers, caregiving and planning for retirement. She inspires them to reinvent themselves and ignite the spark of passion and purpose in their second act of life. On a personal level, she has been involved with chronic and acute caregiving issues for more than 15 years.
Michele is a certified life coach and a certified retirement coach. She earned her life coaching certification from Coach Training Alliance. She is also certified by Retirement Options to administer and interpret their proprietary assessment tools, the Retirement Success Profile® and LifeOptions Profile®.
Michele graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in English literature, a paralegal certificate, and a designation in journalism with a specialization in print journalism.
She also earned a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University. Before launching her coaching practice and freelance writing career, Michele served as a human resources representative /senior benefits and policies adviser for a major corporation and as director of development and communications for several nonprofit organizations.
To learn more, visit http://www.midlifemenu.com
Follow Michele on Twitter at http://twitter.com/michelenuzzo