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CUTV News Radio Spotlights Patty Maples Transition Coaching for Career and Life

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Berryville, VA – Patty Maples is the founder of Patty Maples Transition Coaching for Career and Life, where she helps individuals find more meaningful careers and meaningful lives through engaging conversations, setting goals, and being held accountable for creating one’s ideal life.

Patty’s clients are typically in the midst of a life or career change or desire to make a significant change: some are close to retirement; some are dealing with organizational changes; some are close to retirement and uncertain about the future; others just feel stuck. Patty helps her clients navigate these transitions with confidence, ease and clarity to create a life that aligns with their values, goals and dreams.

Patty spent 25 years specializing in human resources and human capital for the federal government organizations including the Executive Office of the President, the National Institute of Health and US Geologic Survey. With a master’s degree in conflict resolution and counseling, and certification from the International Coaching Federation as an Associate Certified Coach,

“I did have an amazing career in the federal government working for a lot of prestigious federal agencies,” says Patty. “I wanted to launch my own business in retirement. That's when I became certified as an associate certified coach with the International Coaching Federation and started my business almost four years ago. This is really an opportunity for me to use the skills I learned from my federal government career. I knew that coaching would provide a challenge for me, but also fulfillment, because I would be working with different people and different circumstances.”

For more information, visit www.pattymaples.com