I’m Jyenny Babcock EdD
Success Coach for Doctoral Students

Dial Down Your Stress to Perform Your Best!

Life Coaching for Doctoral Students

Entering a doctorate program is a major change in life that can lead to overwhelming stress, imposter syndrome, and exhaustion. Balancing academic requirements with personal and professional demands can be challenging.

A life coach can help doctoral students meet challenges, overcome obstacles, clarify their goals, and identify strategies to achieve them. By supporting students to make the most of their skills, talents, and values, a life coach enables them to achieve peace of mind and reach graduation.

Doctoral programs can exacerbate insecurities.

This is to be expected.

The doctoral journey is an uncertain and lengthy process that demands self-leadership to navigate.

Life coaching is an essential tool to help doctoral students grow personally and professionally.

Most scholars will require support to overcome the obstacles to graduation.

> There’s nothing wrong with you.
> You don’t have to struggle alone.
> You can seek help from someone who understands.

You are meant to achieve your degree and post-graduation goals with confidence and ease!

Let me show you how.

Here's what students say about coaching...

“Jyenny does a great job of acknowledging situational influences yet getting to the heart of the barriers to progress and providing guidance to work with resistance. Her providing connection to brain science helped me to be more objective in reflecting on what I can do to move forward.”

Karla, PhD Student

“Before coaching with Jyenny, I had been stuck on writing Chapter 2 for over a year and my confidence was continually declining. Now I’m empowered to begin writing again and am working through other roadblocks, too. Coming to understand how changing my thoughts will improve my results has been very helpful. I schedule my daily writing and work through my emotions to stay on track. “

Nay, EdD Student

“You have been so helpful with helping me to persevere and get out of my head. Thank you so much for a different perspective!”

Latasha, EdD Student

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