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ACC NEWS WILL PROUDLY FEATURE ASPERGER'S LIFE & JOB COACH LISA LATIMER

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Toronto, Canada – In life, it’s easy to become complacent with your current situation. Often, we lose sight of the dreams that we once for had. Professional and personal success may seem impossible to achieve. Hope and inspiration become personal casualties. There are so many variables that step in the way of progress. Between missed or lack of opportunities, lack of direction and issues with health, thankfully there are wonderful people like Lisa Latimer, Job and Life Coach, to assist and guide us along the way.

 

For her own experience, Lisa honorably spent years working with people suffering from acquired brain injuries. With affinity towards children, Lisa also committed herself to assisting children with autism. After the birth of her son, Lisa took some time off to raise a family and it was during this period that she understood her passion and dream of getting back in the workforce.

 

Incorporating certifications in coaching from Cognition Coaching and yoga certification from George Brown College, Lisa brings a uniquely passionate approach to working with her clients. Whether it’s in person, phone or Skype sessions; Lisa’s services are available to people across the globe including those suffering with Asperger’s, their family, friends and teachers as well. It’s her strong communicative skills that are truly immense assets to her coaching process.

 

With the foundation of New Horizons Job Coaching, Lisa works with people of all ages and all walks of life. The many services she offers are all featured at www.new-horizons-job-coaching.com and it’s from her professional training, experience and her own battle with Asperger’s Syndrome that enables her to focus on many different obstacles facing people today.

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