Online Coaching for Young Professionals

Therapy is an invaluable tool, but what do you do when you need some advice or perspective between sessions? The Journal That Talks Back answers that question with an interactive coaching experience that’s always there to lend you the professional support you need.

Today Jonathan Friedman, co-founder of The Journal That Talks Back, shares with Dr. Fedrick the concept behind his work and how he came to it. Jonathan has personal experience with needing support between therapy sessions and an extensive background in youth counseling. Learn more about how you can find support right when you need it!

Key Takeaways from Liz’s chat with Jonathan:

• Hear about Jonathan’s background and what inspired him to start the company
• Learn how journaling and coaching benefits mental health
• Find out the difference between coaching and therapy
• Learn about all of the services that come with a subscription
• Hear how you can decide whether or not coaching is right for you

All of this and more, on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected.

Learn more about The Journal That Talks Back:
Facebook: @thejournalthattalksback
Instagram: @jonathan_a_friedman

For more information on Dr. Elizabeth Fedrick, visit her website:
Connect with Dr, Fedrick on Instagram: @drelizabethfedrick

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