GOOSE CREEK COACHING
Goose Creek Coaching is Northern Virginia's premier life, career and mental health coaching practice. Goose Creek offers a wide variety of innovative, goal-directed, action-oriented and results-focused services to clients of a wide variety of backgrounds and experience. Based in Centreville, Virginia, Goose Creek serves clients primarily in Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William, Arlington and Fauquier counties, and the City of Alexandria through office appointments, in-home, work visits, telephone and online.
Goose Creek is focused on integrating the most effective advances in coaching with the principles of psychology, management consulting and other disciplines to provide holistic treatment to our clients. Our coaches work with clients on a variety of topics improving their moods, anxiety, career, life skills, wellness, motivation, executive functioning and other areas of concern.
We offer our clients effective and tested approaches to improving their lives. Our coaches have experience in counseling, mental health support, psychiatry, medication management, psychotherapy, personal training and other areas. At Goose Creek, we offer a supportive and nurturing environment that also provides accountability, and is coordinated, practical, goal-directed and action-oriented.
Goose Creek Consulting is an SBA 8(a)-certified small business with the ability to rapidly contract with federal government agencies. For more information,
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Making it Through the Winter & Into a New Year
Seasonal affective disorder, also known as SAD, is a type of depression that occurs during the same time of the year. It is also referred to as the “winter blues.” Many people suffer from the symptoms without knowing that the seasonal funk they have a difficult time getting out of can be caused or exasperated by a variety of factors, including your circadian rhythm, melatonin levels, serotonin levels and more. Even those who know that something seasonally is going on don’t often realize that there are a variety of things that can be done to help, including light therapy, medication treatment, psychotherapy, the use of supplements, utilizing mind-body treatments, changing your environment at home and work, getting outside and exercising regularly.