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Judith Garfinkel 

Move Into Change  Career Transition and Job Search Coach and Consult
West Hartford, CT
judy@moveintochange.com
917-450-1524

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9026664
West Hartford, CT
judy@moveintochange.com
917-450-1524
917-450-1524
Move Into Change
Career Transition and Job Search Coach and Consult
5 Governors Row
West Hartford, CT 06117
USA
1/31/2012

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ACC
Training workshops & webinars
Resume, Cover Letter, LI, Interview prep
In-person
Phone
Video
Group
Career (Development)
Career Transition
Children
Confidence
Divorce
Educator
Interview Preparation
Job Search
Life
Midlife Transition
Personal Development
Presentation Skills
Stress Management/Prevention
Transition
Young Adult
Yes
Primarily external with individuals

Biography

With over 25 years of experience in professional development, teaching and personal growth, I am passionate about assisting individuals through career and life transitions.

 

As Career Coach at Move Into Change, I guide clients through the various phases of career development. From discovering passions, identifying skills and accessing motivators to the practicalities of the job search, I excel at recognizing what is essential to clients and customizing resources that support their growth. I have coached adults transitioning back into the workforce, non-traditional learners, creatives, graduates entering the workforce and women in recovery who have worked or are now working in business, education and not-for-profit settings. In addition to my private coaching practice, I am a career consultant with REA, where I support spouses relocating to the Metro New York area from the US and abroad.

 

I received my initial coaching training at The Life Purpose Institute and have a Master’s Degree in Holistic Thinking. I am a Board Certified Coach, ACC, and Certified Focusing Professional. Prior to coaching I served as Professional Development Director at The Mead School, where I mentored new teachers gaining expertise in personality types, learning styles, human development, curriculum delivery, and self-care techniques.

 

My first career as a professional ballet dancer is the source of my abiding passion for dance and embodiment. I teach Improvisational dance and perform with a NYC dance company that champions beauty in what others might call “disability.” I bring the wisdom of the body into work with my clients from basic mindfulness to developing presence and confidence for interviewing and presentations. 

 

I am excited to be part of growing the Connecticut chapter and I'm looking forward to getting to know our members!