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Coach & Coach Trainer
Jackie has a BSc in biology with a focus on genetics and cell biology, and a PhD in molecular virology. Her career in biotech involved training and helping customers’ lab work to run smoothly, and she still works part time as a consultant to biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.
Jackie currently has chronic regional pain syndrome that developed after back injuries from a car crash. Although the journey has been tough, it has also brought surprising gifts along the way. She says, “I was lucky to experience the TCC program as a client, and then completed the TCC®U coach training program so that I can use my experiences to help other people to live happier, fulfilled lives.” Her approach to pain management is holistic, as she finds that satisfying her physical needs, alone, does not adequately address other important factors—emotions, spirituality, habitual ways of thinking, and self-talk.
For Jackie life is a series of adventures—travelling the world solo when younger, and enjoying a number of sports (rock climbing, hang gliding, scuba diving in the past; hiking, camping, and exploring the wilderness of California whenever possible). She is originally from England, but lives in San Francisco with her husband and young son.
Coach & Coach Trainer
Marshall has always been fascinated by how individuals with similar injuries have dramatic variances in their pain experience. After being in private practice as a chiropractor for 22 years, he joined a large health plan that was developing a coaching program for members—8 years coaching individuals with a variety of chronic conditions and pain and 2 years exclusively coaching chronic neck and back pain members. He had been searching for a program that would allow him to expand his coaching skills and understanding of individuals with chronic pain. Extensive research led to TCC®U— the most comprehensive and experienced coaching program on both counts.
Marshall coaches TCC® clients and is a TCC®U faculty member. He spends as much time as possible with his grandson, stays active downhill and cross-country skiing, cycling, and hiking, and enjoys reading historical biography and history. He lives in Minnesota with his wife, and near his daughter and son-in-law.