Monica Edwards

Executive Life Coach

Biography

Monica provides Life and Health Coaching for executives. She is a well-respected transformational life and health coach as well as a natural health and nutritional consultant. She founded The Living Well 365 in 2007 and is passionate about making a difference in the lives of executives who desire better work life balance, reduced stress and a healthier more meaningful lifestyle.

Monica spent 23 years as a Special Agent for the United States Government,  a Special Investigator and Fugitive Recovery Agent. She understands how to manage and calm highly-stressful environments. Her experience and perceptive analysis guide clients to develop a solid and insightful personal and professional foundation, through a transformational process to rediscover themselves, their relationships and their career.

She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and a Master's degree in Public Administration and has completed certification programs in Life and Health Coaching. She is a Certified Professional Trainer (CPT), with faculty status at the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) and multiple wellness certifications.

 

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  • Executive Life Coaching

  • Health and Wellness Coaching & Consulting

  • Nutritional Consulting

  • Stress Management

  • Relationship Coaching

  • Career Counseling with WTCNeed Consultants

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