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Ed Nottingham, PhD


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Clinical Psychologist (US licensed in Tennessee & MIssissippi) who moved to the corporate world in 2003 after 26 years of clinical practice.  Currently with FedEx Services (Memphis, TN) providing leader coach training for FedEx leaders as well as providing some executive coaching.

While in independent practice my focus was cognitive-behavioral / rational emotive behavior therapy, and even wrote a REBT-based self-help book, It's Not as Bad as It Seems:  A Thinking Straight Approach to Happiness.  In my work with leaders, I find that the concept of "coaching for emotional muscle" is particularly helpful when leaders are coaching employees with "attitude" issues.

In addition to licensure, credentials include:  Board Certified (American Board of Professional Psychology) in both Clinical Psychology and Cognitive & Behavioral Psychology, Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Fellow of the Divisions of Consulting Psychology, Independent Practice, Clinical Psychology, and Psychotherapy), Associate Fellow and Approved Supervisor of the Albert Ellis Institute, and a Certified Professional Coach (College of Executive Coach).  In January 2013, received the International Coach Federation (ICF) Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential.

In March and April (2012) I had the great good fortunate to deliver coach training workshops in India and Asia, and am even more grateful for the opportunity to network with coaching psychologists throughout the world.

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