Reaching Out to the Newly Diagnosed Infertility Couple!

Washington, D.c. (PressExposure) May 14, 2009 -- Finding Your Zenith, Personal Development Coaching practice located in Washington D.C. and headed by Curt Canada MSW seeks clients that have been newly diagnosed with infertility. Mr. Canada brings to the Coaching experience his personal journey with male factor infertility. His credentials make him the wise choice for those who want to become more stronger and eqipped as a couple regarding their desire to have a family. He has professional affiliations with The National Association of Social Work, Institute for Motivational Living, Institute for Life Coach Training, RESOLVE, and the Christian Coaches Network. In addition, he holds a Masters in Social Work from The University of Iowa and a Masters in Education from The American University.

Infertility strains relationships pulling some a part. Working through the initial emotional trauma can be challenging and devastating. Coaching acts as a catalyst helping clients grow. The coach and clients collaboratively define, structure, and create specific target objectives that will catapult them forward utilizing all their strengths to achieve their desired goals. Client treatment focuses on five areas:communication, education, goal setting(target objectives) and visioning, developing an action plan, and support. I can tell that I'm so glad I sought supportive intervention within the first month of finding out my diagnosis. It will not go away. You can make a difference in gaining the knowledge, support, and finding out your options . Today is the day to get started on a healthy and supportive mission together towards building your family and your own personal development. Finding Your Zenith is here for you both personally and professionally.

Contact me at to arrange a consultation.

About Finding Your Zenith

Curt Canada MSW
Finding Your Zenith
Washington, D.C.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 13, 2009 at 11:28 am
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