Abigail Vickery is a John Maxwell Certified Life Coach and certified DISC trainer. She has an undergraduate degree in psychology, a master’s degree and clinical license in social work, and credentials in school counseling. She has worked within the field of mental health for nearly two decades. She now brings her clinical background to the field of professional performance coaching. Her areas of expertise are lifestyle design, professional and personal vision, healthy relationships, challenging parenting issues, and servant leadership coaching. Another one of Abigail’s passions is providing seminars and workshops to leadership teams on different topics such as survival care, interpersonal relationship skills, and healthy marriage and parenting.
- Abigail believes that the integration of one’s whole self is essential to seeing the vision become a reality.
- She desires to see her clients walk in wholeness and realize that they have within them the ability to live the life they desire.
- She is excited to come alongside those who are ready for change, to champion and challenge them.
- She believes that you have inside of you all of the elements you need to see a breakthrough in your life!
- Abigail is ready to help you define and refine the qualities you already possess that will assist you in making the changes you want. You have undiscovered strengths within you!
Abigail has been married to her husband, Eric, since 1998. He is also a JMT Certified Life Coach, President of Vickery Coaching and VP of All-Star Dental Academy Coaching Division. Abigail’s ‘Why’ is her family. She and Eric have four wonderful children, an amazing daughter-in-law, three and a half dogs and a cat. They make their home in Northern California.
We invite you to contact us at (530) 356-4011 to learn more, schedule a consultation and begin your journey to personal success.
Do you ever have an underlying feeling that there is more to who you are, or that you are not reaching your potential? Maybe you know what you need to do, but you just cannot seem to make it happen. Sometimes, the struggle is to define your priorities and values or to discover where you want to go. Other times, it is the struggle to align your time and energy with what you already know to do. No matter where you are at, Becca can help you plan and achieve your next steps.
Becca McKinnon is a Maxwell Leadership Certified Life Coach and a Certified DISC trainer who spent over two decades in the public education system as a teacher, instructional coach and youth mentor. Becca is passionate about helping others help themselves. Combining past professional experience with the latest information on habit formation, goal setting and productivity, Becca will help you identify where you want to go and provide accountability as you set goals and create a growth plan. You can start today to become the person you want to be tomorrow.
A quick word from Becca …
Living a congruent life is about bridging the gap between where you are and where you want to be tomorrow. We’ve all experienced moments where we feel like we are living our lives the right way, moments in which what we do aligns with who we are at our core. A congruent life is about stringing more of those moments together on a regular basis until it becomes seamless. A congruent life means fewer regrets and less striving.
Real change and improvement in our lives requires learning, planning and accountability. Coaching enables you to put all of the pieces together. I’m passionate about helping you do this.
You are the expert in you, but sometimes it takes an outsider and additional insights to help you align all of the pieces. I use the DISC behavioral assessment to give you insight into your behavior style and how it impacts your own actions as well as your interactions with others. The DISC is the foundation of your coaching plan.If you would like to set up a complimentary 30 minute meeting to evaluate whether I can help you, please email the Victory Performance Coaching Team. During your session, we’ll discuss your goals and how to reach them. This is a fun, informal conversation with no obligations. If you feel that I can help you further, we can go from there. If you think you would like to try coaching but don’t feel we would be a good match, then I can refer you to a coach that might be a better fit.