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Deniece Anderson

Deniece Anderson

Coach

I see: Individuals , Adults


I give free consultations and I charge $0 per 50-min session:


I use these modalities to communicate: Email, Text, Phone, Zoom


My specialties are: Addictions, Anger management , Depression, Family conflicts , Job problems , Self-esteem issues , Stress


My toolbox includes the following modalities: Cognitive-behavioral therapy, Emotional support and empathic listening, Goal-setting


I have the following Abide Network certifications: Abide Helper Training, Anxiety & Depression Relief Workshop


My other relevant degrees, certifications, and trainings are: I have a BSN in Nursing and have completed Neal Nedley's facilitator course for Depression and Anxiety as well.



Deniece Anderson, RN BSN was born and raised in Muskogee, OK. She attended Oakwood College (now University) and Andrews University. She served for 2 years as a Missionary to South Korea where she taught English and Bible. She has been a Nurse for over 30 years and enjoys helping people. She is a Certified Associate Director for the Nedley Depression and Anxiety online program. Her Motto is “If I can help somebody as I pass along then my living shall not be in vain.”

What led you to be a coach?

After experiencing her own period of depression she realized that the key is helping others and in doing so you forget about yourself. She became a facilitator for the Women’s Breakout Group and enjoyed sharing and encouraging the women in the group.

What do I like about coaching?

I enjoy encouraging people and turning their attention to one who can help them through any situation. It is a joy to hear the testimonies of those who trusted and how God worked in their situation. I enjoy being used by God to be a blessing to others.

How do I recharge on my days off?

I take long walks, talk on the phone, visiting Sam’s Club and looking for opportunities to be a witness.

Three of my favorite things:

Church, my dog, and my job.