Leadership & Life Coaches
Positive psychologist, Gemma Nastasi, guides her clients to live happier, healthier and more productive lives.
Gemma Nastasi is a mother of three adult sons and a grandmother of four. Her life’s purpose is to help others live a happier, healthier and more productive life. Gemma received her certification in holistic nutrition from the American College of Healthcare Sciences. After working with many clients, she realized that poor self-care was a symptom of a bigger problem. Many of her clients were unhappy with their life and suffered with poor self-esteem. She realized that the mind and body connection could not be overlooked when trying to live a happier and healthier life. Gemma went on to study positive psychology and received her certification as a positive psychology practitioner and a certified coach. Her passion and devotion to her clients is evident in the progress that they are making in achieving their goals.
She offers individual personalized sessions, group sessions as well as workshops and positivity courses.
She is the author of two books “Happy, Healthy Life” and “The Positive Psychology Diet: 21 Days to a Happier and Healthier Life” which is available to purchase on Amazon.com
Gemma is also a motivational speaker, a former volunteer for Life Choice Hospice and a member of the Geriatric Advisory Council. She is described as talented by her friends and clients. She truly loves working with others and genuinely cares.
Her favorite quote is: “the teacher comes when the student is ready.”
What inspired you to become a happiness and life purpose expert?
What is your approach to working with your clients?
What is your approach to working with your clients? (Seq 2)
What do happy people have in common?
Why do some people languish while others flourish?
What advice do you give to a student or young professional who has no idea what they want to do with their life?
Your favorite quote is, “the teacher comes when the student is ready.” What does it mean to you?
What are the key ingredients to the Positive Psychology Diet?
What’s your advice for someone going through a difficult time?
Is there an expectation that by being a happiness expert, you need to be happy all the time?
How can I get my self-esteem back after a breakup?
Are there things we do that we think increases our happiness but actually takes it away?
How can I find the motivation to blaze my own path when I can barely get out of bed?
Are there any books or classes that you recommend? What books have made a difference to you?