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Amy Armstrong's Path To Success - An Exclusive Interview On Inspiring Change In Family Dynamics

As a licensed social worker and certified coach for more than 18 years, Amy Armstrong is a specialist in conflict resolution, especially within families. After 25 frustrating years in an unhappy marriage, she turned an intimidating divorce into a springboard for her innovative business — The Center for Family Resolution. She calls her work a “treasure hunt”, where deep listening and expert coaching helps clients discover both hope and new habits for resolving even the most heated challenges. Amy also offers professional training through her Center for Coach Development, a fully accredited program for professionals who want to master coaching competencies and gain global recognition. And she inspires audiences with keynote talks on setting solid boundaries, making courageous choices, and "Peacemaking from the Inside Out"

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With Amy Armstrong - Why is it important to find a resolution to difficult challenges in our life?

As a licensed social worker and certified coach for more than 18 years, Amy Armstrong is a specialist in conflict resolution, especially within families. After 25 frustrating years in an unhappy marriage, she turned an intimidating divorce into a springboard for her innovative business — The Center for Family Resolution. She calls her work a “treasure hunt”, where deep listening and expert coaching helps clients discover both hope and new habits for resolving even the most heated challenges. Amy also offers professional training through her Center for Coach Development, a fully accredited program for professionals who want to master coaching competencies and gain global recognition. And she inspires audiences with keynote talks on setting solid boundaries, making courageous choices, and "Peacemaking from the Inside Out".

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