Life Strategist, Beth Madigan LCSW,CLC has over a decade of experience partnering with people as they create and implement a plan to accomplish their dreams and goals. Her clients become aligned with their most deeply held values and aspirations and begin to live with passion, joy, and intention.
Ms. Madigan has worked extensively with couples and families and is committed to strengthening and deepening relationships as they grow and change. She comes with lots of down-to-earth information and practical suggestions to take families from good to GREAT! Beth is an engaging and popular workshop facilitator and speaker. She believes each person is unique and valuable, with an important contribution to make and a purpose to live out. Participants leave with a renewed sense of vitality and a plan of action!
Beth has deep admiration for women; for the many roles they play, and the amazing skill and resiliency they display while doing it! So many women spend their days feeling as if everything is a push. Beth helps them to find their natural pull, stepping fully into their power and beauty. She loves helping them navigate life’s challenging transitions, especially mothering and the shifts of mid-life.
Ms. Madigan is the founder of The Center for Positive Outcomes. She has a Masters in Social Work from Indiana University and holds a clinical license. She is a Certified Life Coach and a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF). She is a frequent contributor to the Arizona Republic on topics of kids, parenting, and relationships.
Beth can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602.626.8036
View her website and testimonials at www.livewithintention.org
Creating Family Culture: The Importance of Ritual and Tradition
Vanquish Self-Defeating Behaviors!
Finding Peace in the Chaos: Developing Stress Resiliency
Running the Relationship Rapids: Keeping Your Boat Upright
Your Journey Through Change: Using Uncertainty, Fear, and Conflict as an Ally and Opportunity
For Christian Women:
Self-Identity, Self-Improvement, and Self-Fulfillment: The World and God