Could your relationship use some work?
You've finally found the relationship that you've always wanted. You love your partner, and your partner loves you. Yet, sometimes you have a feeling that things could be better than they are.
I’m Dr. Patricia Thompson. I’m a licensed psychologist, life coach, and author. I’ve also been listed as one of the100 Women to Watch in Wellness by MindBodyGreen and Athleta. I’ve worked with all sorts of clients across the years, from couples, to college students, to clients with serious mental illness, to CEOs of Fortune 500 companies (and a lot of others in between). And, what I’ve found is that regardless of our life circumstances, we all want love and connection. So, I decided to create a course to help people like you to achieve the relationships they want.
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Dr. Patricia Thompson is a corporate psychologist and executive coach who is passionate about helping professionals to be their best at work. She does that by partnering with them to develop their talents, unleash their authentic selves, and use research-based strategies to fulfill their potential (and help others to do the same). Educated at the University of Toronto, Georgia State University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the Emory University School of Medicine, she has a PhD in psychology and has been consulting with organizations since 2004.
A sought-after expert, Dr. Thompson's work has been featured in the Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Inc., Wharton Business Radio and more. Her book The Consummate Leader: a Holistic Guide to Inspiring Growth in Others...and in Yourself, was endorsed by management gurus, Adam Grant and Marshall Goldsmith. During her career she has worked with small businesses, Fortune 100 companies, and every sized organization in between, helping to foster growth, development, and results in their employees and executives alike. Patricia gets a great deal of personal gratification from helping everyone from college students, who are in the process of determining their career paths, to entry level managers who are working on becoming more productive, to CEOs who are determining how best to motivate the people on their team. Her mission is to help as many people as possible to become more effective in the workplace.