About Me


Chantel Cohen is a therapist/ life coach for individuals; an Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) couples counselor, and executive communications coach/facilitator. She assists clients with self-improvement and career advancement. Her clients include individuals, couples, and groups in corporate and therapeutic settings.

After earning her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, Ms. Cohen worked as a program specialist for individuals with psychiatric and physical challenges. She then moved to New York City, where she earned a master’s degree and coaching certification in executive coaching and counseling from Columbia University. Her work with individuals and their families at St. Luke’s Hospital in New York was focused on counseling young adults who had issues with depression, anxiety, suicide ideation, and ADHD.

Ms. Cohen’s work as an executive communications coach and faciliatator has given her the opportunity to work with individuals and facilitate teams in corporate settings. She develops written and oral communication strategies, feedback and decision-making protocols, and presentation strategies. Her work also includes working with assessments such as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the DISC.

Currently, Chantel owns and operates CWC Coaching and Therapy in Atlanta, Georgia. Her clients are from all walks of life, but she’s worked extensively with couples in relationship distress and individuals who have anxiety, ADHD, and depression. She’s also coached many individuals looking to make a career transition, turbo-charge their career, and enhance their workplace communication. Her corporate clients include the Coca-Cola Company, Clark Atlanta University, Clarkston Development Faction (CDF), American Pathways, Discovery Channel, Eastern TV-NY and Talentedly - New York office, as well as other corporations.