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Robin Ennis, Founder

Robin Ennis is the Founder and a Life Coach at Prominent Pathways, LLC. In 2007, Robin graduated from the University of Denver with a B.A. in Sociology and Communication. Having a passion for helping others, and understanding her current situation of being a blind individual, Robin completed two research studies while attaining her undergraduate degree. These studies included the Sociology of Sound and Understanding Communication Between the Blind/Sighted Individuals. Both studies embarked on a journey beyond the human eye.

Continuing on the path to helping others, in 2009, Robin received her MSW in Clinical Social Work from the University of Denver, and is currently a licensed social worker in the state of Colorado. In addition, she holds national certifications in the areas of Life Coaching and Grief Recovery. Robin has worked with groups who have faced major life transitions, discrimination, such as people with physical disabilities, mental illness, and older adults. She has a passion for helping those who are grieving over major life transitions, such as loss of mobility, loss of eyesight, loss of vocation, relationships, etc.

As a result of Robin’s professional training and experience in mental health, she has a clear understanding that life coaching is not a substitute for counseling. Given her extensive background, Robin is able to provide both services, depending on client’s goals. As a licensed social worker, at any point through the coaching relationship she has the ability to evaluate whether or not counseling would be a more viable and appropriate option. When counseling is needed, Robin is prepared to provide the client with support and referrals. Whether it is coaching or counseling, Robin is dedicated to helping personal self growth and awareness. Robin is prepared to help the client establish goals that will enable them to move forward in heir life. It should be noted that a person can not move forward if unresolved issues are posing as road blocks.