Meet Your Coach

Coaching with Sally provides compassionate, down-to-earth, no-nonsense objectivity to those who are ready to take a good, honest look at themselves, their needs and behaviors, and arrive at a place to make decisions with  confidence and clarity.

Sally Falb is a certified professional life coach, specializing in transitions in relationships. She trained in the Core Energy Process at the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), named the #1 coach training program in the world by the International Coaching Federation.

She has a private coaching practice and speaks locally on topics related to transitions in relationships.

She’s a certified Master Practitioner of the Energy Leadership Index, the only attitude assessment tool in the market today.

She earned a degree in psychology at the University of Tennessee.

She has over 22 years experience working with men and women in 12-step programs.

She administered an adolescent drug treatment facility for several years, introducing Values Clarification programs in the local Vermont schools, receiving a generous donation of an old firehouse for the teens’ use as a Center which they renovated and maintained themselves.

 

Why Sally?

While traditional coaching works to some degree, being trained in the Core Energy Coaching Process™  takes coaching to an entirely new level. As an iPEC Certified Professional Coach (CPC), accredited through the ICF (International Coach Federation), Sally is considered to be a master coach, and the difference can be found in the results achieved by clients. Additionally, she is a Master Practitioner in the Energy Leadership Index, which means she is accredited to deliver a very unique type of assessment* (attitudinal), its debrief process, and the implementation of the Energy Leadership Development System™.  (See Services)

Sally Tells Her Story

Sally Tells Her Story

I’ve lived a life full of transitions, as so many of us do, but to learn how to navigate through those transitions and manage to attain positive growth through adversity isn’t so simple. I married quite young, which for me was a huge transition, gave birth to a darling daughter, and after a troubled marriage, …

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