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Joshua Hornick, PCC
Director and Lead Teacher
Joshua Hornick is the Director of The Hornick School for Coaching. He has been a Professional Certified Coach since 2006.
He serves as a life coach/business coach to diverse clients across the country and abroad. He has some local clients too. He has been training coaches for nine years. Before that, Hornick was a corporate lawyer, a non-profit director, and a secondary school teacher.
He lives in Amherst, plays ultimate frisbee, and accompanies shows on the piano. He believes deeply in the inherent power and beauty of every person.
Justine Cochrane, ACC
Justine Cochrane is a certified life coach, and is trained in Brené Brown's Dare to Lead Curriculum. She has been coaching in her private practice since 2017.
Justine's clients include a mixture of creative entrepreneurs including photographers, social media managers and hairstylists. Justine loves helping them uncover their own creative processes, confidence and motivation.
Prior to coaching, Justine worked for the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Linguistics from the University of Victoria, and now lives on Vancouver island with her husband and two daughters where she runs a small flower farm from May - October.
Thea Charles, PCC
Thea Charles is a life and leadership coach and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) consultant. She has been coaching in her private practice since 2017. Thea currency serves as the VP of DEI for ICF’s New England Chapter.
Thea specializes in boosting client confidence in their skills and becoming aware of blind spots. In her experience, people have the answers but they just need to build confidence to trust themselves. In today’s fast-paced world, Thea emphasizes the importance of leveraging the power of the pause to gain clarity.
Prior to coaching, Thea worked in a fast-paced, high-risk hospital laboratory. Thea earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Providence College.
Alyssa Lynes, PCC
Alyssa Lynes has had a private practice since 2018. She loves to support creatives to take action on their passion projects or life changes with clarity, ease and celebration.
She is published in the book: Skills for Life-long love. She coaches people to find and create the romantic partnership/s they wish for. She is also known internationally as a Contact Improvisation dance teacher and co-director of the documentary Five Ways In. Alyssa has a MS in education with a specialty in bilingual education.
She lives in Northfield where you likely would find her dancing or exploring nature with her partner, dog and toddler.
Isabeau Iqbal, PCC
Isabeau Iqbal (she/her) works with individuals seeking greater fulfillment and joy in their careers and lives. Her focus is on helping people gain clarity on matters that are important to them, enabling them to move forward steadily and consistently, both professionally and personally
Isabeau runs a private coaching practice, and finds immense satisfaction in guiding individuals to make powerful decisions, alleviate overwhelm, and take action.
Isabeau is a Gallup-certified Strengths Coach (CliftonStrengths Assessment), an ICF-trained PCC Assessor, and a Certified Executive Coach (Coach Training EDU). She holds a PhD in Higher Education from the University of British Columbia.
Isabeau finds her greatest happiness in activities such as hiking in the mountains, staying active, overcoming her singing nervousness, and spending time with her family. She lives in Vancouver, Canada.