Judith Hurlburt is a dynamic, longtime educator and change agent of children and adults in public and private schools, in agencies and businesses, and in one-to-one relationships. She is known for her energy, creativity, integrity, and passion for learning and teaching. In addition, Judith has a keen capacity for perceiving issues from different perspectives and for creating, supporting and delivering new possibilities and profound changes.
Judith supports clients through unexpected life changes like:
- changes in family structure through moves, new jobs, death, divorce, separation, and birth, adoption, infertility or miscarriage,
- changes in friendships or relationships at work,
- job losses and career changes,
- changes in physical abilities and confidence due to chronic disease, or accidents.
She also supports clients through desired changes and new possibilities like:
- building healthier relationships in families, among friends, and at work
- finding a job,
- creating workplace, job and career changes,
- rebuilding a satisfying life after being diagnosed with a chronic disease or an injury,
- building a family through adoption.
In addition to her Masters Degree in Education, over 120 days of formal training in Neurolinguistic Programming, and training as a Grief Recovery Specialist, Judith also draws on her life experiences as:
- a teacher of preschoolers through college and adults in multiple settings,
- as a national curriculum developer,
- a successful project grant-writer,
- a multimillion dollar systemic change project developer and director,
- adoption consultant,
- business consultant,
- board member for several organizations, and
- an individual change coach.
Judith is a passionate traveler, mother of a recent college graduate, and adventurer when she has time.