Online coaching for young professionals


Online coaching for young professionals

Therapy is a valuable tool, but what do you do when you need advice or a step back between sessions? The Journal That Talks Back answers this question with an interactive coaching experience that’s always here to give you the professional support you need.

Today Jonathan Friedman, co-founder of The Journal That Talks Back, shares with Dr Fedrick the concept behind his work and how he got there. Jonathan has personal experience of the need for support between therapy sessions and extensive experience in youth counseling. Find out how you can find help when you need it!

Key takeaways from Liz’s conversation with Jonathan:

• Learn about Jonathan’s background and what inspired him to start the business
• Find out how journaling and coaching benefit mental health
• Discover the difference between coaching and therapy
• Discover all the services provided with a subscription
• Find out how you can decide if coaching is right for you or not

All this and more, in this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected.

Find out more about Le Journal qui parle:
Facebook: @thejournalthattalksback
Instagram: @jonathan_a_friedman

For more information on Dr Elizabeth Fedrick, visit her website:
Connect with Dr Fedrick on Instagram: @drelizabethfedrick

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