About Cecilia

Cecilia Alcala Komosinski is a professional Positive Psychology coach dedicated to serving couples and parents in their journey to build strong relationships and create a joyful, meaningful life. Cecilia earned her Master’s degree in psychology with a concentration on child and adolescent development and graduated with distinction from Capella University.

Additionally, she received her coach training from The Coach Training Institute and The Wholebeing Institute. Cecilia is also certified to lead Dr. John Gottman’s 7 Principles of a Happy Marriage, Bringing Baby Home and Dr. Jayne Nelson’s Positive Discipline workshops. Cecilia applies her skills and knowledge of positive psychology to her private coaching practice to guide couples and parents using scientifically based assessments and tools to reduce life’s daily emotional struggles and increase positive experiences within the family. By engaging each family member’s character strengths, together they can create a life that is flourishing and is worth living.

What is Positive Psychology?

Positive Psychology is the scientific study of the strengths that enable individuals and communities to thrive. The field is founded on the belief that people want to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, to cultivate what is best within themselves, and to enhance their experiences of love, work, and play.

What is Positive Psychology Coaching?

Positive Psychology Coaching is the experience of Positive Psychology in action with the goal of supporting positive change in one or more areas of life:

  • Grounded in research findings and techniques of Positive Psychology and related fields.
  • Engages strengths, experiences, pleasures, and values as sources of insight and action.
  • Cultivates the experience of positive emotions as a valuable part of the coaching process.
  • Aimed at supporting optimal well-being as well as the committed pursuit of specific goals.
“Continuous effort – not strength or intelligence – is the key to unlocking our potential.”
– Winston Churchill