Judy Elkin, received her training from The Coaches Training Institute, and The Center for Right Relationship and has the distinction of Professional Certified Coach (PCC) from The International Coach Federation. Judy also holds a masters degree in education and brings to her coaching practice, over 25 years of working in educational settings with adolescents, graduate students, adults, mid-career re-trainers, rabbis, and parents.
As a master educator and coach Judy has the ability to deeply connect with people and inspire them to take risks and experiment with new ways of thinking and being. Judy’s sense of humor and genuine warmth animate the many skills and tools she brings to coaching. Clients can expect Judy to take them and their agenda seriously, respect and support their decisions, hold them accountable to the goals they’ve set, and celebrate the many successes and accomplishments certain to happen along the way.
In addition to individual coaching, Judy also enjoys working with couples and professional teams, facilitating workshops, and speaking to large groups on a variety of topics.
Judy knows that coaching can have powerful results and considers it a privilege and honor to accompany people as they work to create richer, healthier, and happier lives. She recently published an article describing how coaching can be effective in helping people navigate these difficult economic times.
Judy lives in the Boston area with her husband and together they have 3 adult children in their 20's.