About Carmen Aiken-Isaac, Ph.D.
Dr. Aiken-Isaac was born in Morristown, New Jersey and is the oldest of five children. She has two nephews, one great-niece, and three great-nephews. She is a graduate of Oral Roberts University and has an M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary, a Th.M. from Harvard University Divinity School, and a Ph.D. from Dallas Baptist University. Dr. Aiken-Isaac is a Certified Life Coach through the Life Coaching Institute (LCI) in Carrollton, TX founded by Dr. Neecie Moore.
She and her husband, Don, live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and are members of Gateway Church.
About Life Coaching and . . . What can I expect?
Life Coaching is a proactive process that helps people to improve their lives in the areas of their relationship with God, career changes, family and social relationships, marriage, exercise, and a deepening of their awareness and appreciation for who they are in Christ. Clients are encouraged to set goals and live more balanced lives. Life Coaching differs from counseling and traditional therapy in that it focuses more on the present and the future and less on the unchangeable past (although, some Life Coaching modalities do include addressing issues of the past). Ultimately, Life Coaching is about empowering clients to live out their lives to the full and to appropriate tools to properly deal with stress and emotional setbacks.
Clients of Life C.B.E. can expect a dedication of professionalism and confidentiality whether sessions are done in person or over the phone. Often, homework assignments will be given which may include writing or the reading of relevant materials to equip clients to go to the next level. It is the goal of Life C.B.E. to help clients establish new normals in healthy behavior, and as Joyce Meyer would say – Enjoying Everyday Life