Coach Burton has leveraged his training and certification as a life coach, along with his background in psychology, and life experience, in order to provide clients with professional, evidence-based guidance and a safe, comfortable coaching experience.
Proceeding one-step-at-a-time, at the client's pace, Coach Burton provides a safe space in which to confidentially discuss feelings and strategies, practices, resources, and recommendations for moving forward. Coach Burton will support any positive change by working with clients, alone or alongside licensed professionals and/or support groups
Based upon client-directed needs and priorities, scope and pace, Coach Burton provides coach-guided support to facilitate client-directed self-care in the management of their trauma, grief, or loss recovery and personal transformation to live a happier and more meaningful life.
As the client is in charge of the life coaching relationship, the client is solely responsible for its outcomes. It is noteworthy that coaching is not recommended as an alternative treatment for clients with physical diseases or mental illnesses. If you are uncertain, it is recommended that you consult a physician before engaging in a coaching relationship..
Utilizing a strengths-based approach, Coach Burton helps clients bridge the gap between desired goals and outcomes. By helping clients to identify mental blocks or historical behavior patterns, clients may overcome obstacles in order to make positive changes or shifts in their lives. Coach Burton may help clients to clarify and reach goals they previously thought to be unattainable.
LIVE BETTER. LOVE BETTER. BE BETTER. Together we can!!!
Coach Burton provides the support clients need to achieve and maintain a solid foundation in trauma recovery, grief and loss, and sobriety coaching, including daily expert companionship.
"Trauma is not an illness to be cured by a doctor .... ultimately people must be able to take responsibility for their own recovery and for the meaning that they give to their experiences." (What Doesn't Kill Us, Stephen Joseph, Ph.D.)
Coach Burton helps clients to explore the impact of trauma, grief, and loss by exploring four aspects of self: body; intellect; emotion; and, spirit. He helps clients create a plan for restoring safety and empowerment; establish a road map for healing - a process for accomplishing intentional stages of recovery from trauma, grief, or loss over time; learn to move painful physical sensations out of the body; acquire skills to feel and express feelings and overcome feelings of powerlessness, shame and guilt, and distrust; reawaken human connection by cultivating reciprocal, respectful relationships; re-establish a normal routine and meaningful activities through work and volunteerism; discover the healing power of reconnecting to self through nature, mindfulness, and meditation; and, to avoid repeating past mistakes or patterns that may no longer serve them.
Coach Burton provides the guidance clients need to turn trauma into transformation in order to achieve life goals that make recovery worthwhile. Discover life-altering practices and higher spiritual paths on your journey from victim to victor.
Clients' personal transformation goals may include: improving relationships, self-love and self-care; developing healthy positive habits; living a well balanced life; managing fear, anxiety, and stress; achieving career success and life purpose; practicing forgiveness; developing a gratitude practice; and, discovering & deepening spirituality.
Coach Burton provides the guidance clients need to embark on real (authentic) self discovery; learn self-love, self-compassion, and forgiveness; reawaken all the beauty that is inside and in the world; transform loneliness into connection to self, family, community, humanity, and all living things; travel beyond happiness to finding meaningful career and life's purpose; discover how expressing gratitude and kindness to self and others will best serve the client's true self, as will volunteerism and philanthropy.
Although Coach Burton does not provide resumé writing or business coaching, clients may achieve extraordinary business success through personal transformations that develop their human potential, igniting their passion and life purpose.
Burton M. Fischler, M.A., CPC, received a Master's Degree in Psychology and doctoral program teaching fellowship from New York University. After unwittingly becoming an expert in traversing life's vicissitudes - surviving trauma, healing, growing, and thriving - Burton became a Certified Professional Life Coach specializing in trauma recovery and personal transformation.
Burton has worked as a suicide prevention counselor, on a drug detoxification unit, and psychiatric ward. In his capacity as owner of a behavioral consulting firm, Burton has developed and conducted training programs for financial institutions. and their employees. He was an adjunct professor and has taught psychology at New York University. Burton has conducted seminars and has workshops, including gratitude practices for seniors and self-love practices for nurses; and has written research papers, articles, blogs, and websites.
Articles. Burton has written and published many articles related to his professional work (see CoachBurton.com/Blog or the Blog tab on this website).
Books. Burton has self-published a book for his clients only: 18 Personal Development Best Practices; and is currently writing his soon-to-be-published book ...
THE GIFT: TRAUMA TO TRIUMPH
A Trama Survivor's Memoir
On Lost Love, Murder, Suicide, Mental Illness,
Drug Addiction, Family Crisis, Elder Abuse,
And How To Rise Up When Life Beats You Down