Virtual Life Coach and Postdoctoral Fellow
Dr. Michele Brennan has spent many years helping people find ways to deal with every day challenges. She is passionate about helping people by empowering them to face their daily challenges, improving their overall well-being and achieving personal success!
Her experiences in the study and treatment of these individuals have been instrumental in the development of her approach to life coaching; she empowers you to take the reins of your life and develop the skills that will help you reach your goals.
Dr. Brennan attended Rutgers University, and graduated with a Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology. She also completed a Master of Arts in Psychology at Pace University. Upon completion, she began a doctorate program at Argosy University completing a Master's of Arts and Doctorate of Psychology in Clinical Psychology. Trained in the Practioner-Scholar model, Dr. Brennan approaches life coaching using skills and techniques that are supported by empirical research.
Dr. Brennan worked for 4 years in addictions and with dual diagnosed psychotherapy patients. Additionally, Dr. Brennan has worked extensively with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) individuals, addressing cognitive difficulties, behavioral modifications, and developing compensatory strategies. She has worked in a forensic hospital, spent two years as a contractor for the Department of Defense (DCoE) as a subject matter expert, and within multiple private practice settings.
Presently, Dr. Brennan works as a Life Coach, helping individuals achieve their goals of self improvement through online coaching. Coaching provides her with the opportunity to offer her clients more behavioral guidance, support, and direction than is available in a more traditional psychotherapy settings. She is able to focus on the day to day details of achieving actualized goals. Additionally, online interfacing allows for more frequent contact, real time support, and the ability for clients to seek support more often.