Carol Raffo has been serving Belmar, New Jersey, as a personal life coach since 2006. Raffo aids her clients in clarifying, setting, and achieving goals. To that end, Raffo provides clients with the support necessary to stay focused, discover solutions for their obstacles, and utilize creative strategies to produce results. Carol Raffo earned both her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, New Jersey. Raffo excelled in academics, as well as extracurricular activities, attaining a 4.0 grade point average and becoming a member of the Psi Chi Honor Society, the Phi Omega Epsilon Honor Society, and the Competitive Ski Club. Her keen ability to balance priorities aided Carol Raffo in her first post-graduate position in 1999, as a Consultant of Telcordia Technologies' Employee Assistant Program. Raffo assisted the director of the program, counseled employees, organized a domestic violence group, and designed the company's Workplace Violence Policy. Telcordia Technologies maintained the policy even after Raffo's departure in 2004. Carol Raffo has experience in counseling a wide variety of individuals, from addicts and criminal offenders to married couples and families. Raffo is a member of the International Association of Addictions and Offender Counselors and the Association for Experiential Education. She also volunteers with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) and counsels survivors of domestic violence. In her leisure time, Carol Raffo enjoys being physically active by playing basketball, participating in snow sports, and utilizing her membership in the Appalachian Mountain Hiking Club.
Appalachian Mountain Hiking Club, The Sailing Club of NJ Valhalla's Pirates-member of a Pirate Entertainment Crew-doing shows for disabled, handicapped, and cancer victim children, etc.
Snow skiing, x-country skiing, snow shoeing, sailing, kayaking, inline skating, hiking, going to the beach, cycling
May 2006 - Present
Personal Life Coach
As a therapist I can make a better decision about whether a potential client is appropriate for coaching. Coaching is about helping high-functioning clients define and achieve goals, it is not psychotherapy. Clients come to me for time management, career, business, creative, self-growth, and spiritual issues. I offer my clients feedback, structure, and support. The relationship between myself and my clients is based on mutual trust and respect and is a designed alliance.