Credentials

Beth Griffith, CPCC, ACC

Beth’s Approach

Beth’s personal coaching style is that of grace and empowerment, reflecting her own philosophy of living more in the moment and living life to its fullest. Creating a clear vision, self-discovery of her own abilities and seeing beyond limitations, Beth lets her own light shine so that others may do the same.

Beth understands that life is about relationships in every area of one’s life. Her expertise is in joining with her clients at the heart level to get to the heart of the matter, bringing forth each client’s truth so that they can live more fulfilled lives.

Beth’s Credentials

Beth is a certified coach with the credential of Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) from The Coaches Training Institute (CTI), one of the most respected coaching schools in the United States. She also has an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential with The International Coaches Federation, a professional association of personal and business coaches that seeks to preserve the integrity of coaching around the globe. Beth has been coaching for over 10 years.

With over 20 years of experience in the health, medical, and non-profit fields, Beth understands that life is about relationships in every area of one’s life. She has her bachelor’s degree in sociology and has extensive experience in personal growth education. Her expertise is in joining with her clients at the heart level to get to the heart of the matter, bringing forth each client’s truth so that they can live more fulfilled lives.

Beth completed the “Landmark Curriculum for Living Series,” which included the “Landmark Forum,” “Advanced Course,” “Forum in Action series,” “Communication Access to Power,” and the “Self-Expression and Leadership” program. She has held the positions of Coach and Head Coach of additional Landmark classes.

Trained in Attitudinal Healing at the Attitudinal Healing Center in Northern California Beth created and/or facilitated the following related classes and workshops: attitudinal healing classes for teens and adults, workshops called “Moving from Fear to Love” for a women’s prison in Phoenix, Arizona, “Healing Relationships Through Forgiveness”, and “Love Is Letting Go of Fear” (based on the book by Marianne Williamson) for a community college in Phoenix, Arizona.

Beth’s interests include: personal development study, student of A Course in Miracles, facilitator of Attitudinal Healing Programs, hiking in the Colorado mountains, yoga practice, nutrition and healthy eating lifestyle. She founded Angel Hearts, and Pink Productions, both grass roots efforts to support women going through breast cancer treatment.