Dr. Peacock is a Duke and Harvard Trained Adult Psychiatrist Currently offering remote Exclusive Executive Coaching and Personal Development Coaching via Video Platform.
More than a Life Coach: We offer Executive Coaching and Personal Development Coaching.
Your relationship with your self matters! Learn to set goals to achieve optimal health, to live beyond anxiety and depression, and to be physically fit. Many people have struggled with trauma in their past. That past has resulted in barriers to achieving physical health and wellness. This is not trauma therapy; however, coaching can change your relationship to your past and with your body.
Finding, achieving, and creating healthy loving relationships requires work. Our coaching program trains you to have the courage to never settle for less than the most fulfilling relationships possible.
Parent from a place of interconnectedness where you train your children to have an undefeated mind. Our coaching program gives you the tools to be an effective and interconnected parent that is able to raise resiient children.
The undefeated mind in sports is about seeing beyond the court, the mat, the cage, and the field to a place of meaning and purpose. Set distant goals that allow you to never truly be defeated.
Enhance your spiritual wellbeing by developing rituals and practices that support your faith traditions. When people act into the world with a belief in something greater, their lives are radically transformed.
Jobs, Careers, and Callings become one when we know what we do and why we do it. Passion isn't found, passion is built. Find your life purpose by discovering how to set interconnected striving goals.
All coaching appointments are virtual, so you can meet with Dr. Peacock from the comfort of your own home, office, or even the park. Confidentiality will be maintained on our side. Clients are responsible for securing locations during our meetings to maintain their privacy.
Dr. Peacock is a psychiatrist, but it's important to note that coaching is different from therapy and psychiatric care. We are not treating nor diagnosing any mental health issues. We are not assuming the role of your psychologist or physician. Coaching is all about setting and achieving goals in various areas of your life: relationships, work, and health improvement goals.
For mental health treatment, please visit Psychology Today to find a practitioner in your area. In the USA, please seek immediate help for a crisis by calling 988 for a 24-hour crisis center, text 741741 for a crisis text line, call 911, or go to your local emergency department. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can be reached at 1-800-273-8255.
Outside of the USA, please contact your local emergency or health care agency that deals with psychiatric emergencies.
Dr. Peacock is a psychiatrist corporate consultant, program developer, keynote speaker and educator who is not constrained by the bounds of his role as a physician. Dr. Peacock thinks outside of the box in regards to treatment options and has transitioned the focus of his work towards personal development coaching so that he can move beyond the limits of his work as a psychiatrist. He can focus exclusively on health and not disease managemement.
Dr. Peacock uses his story to illustrate the power of building a life that one is called to live. Dr. Peacock grew up in a world that told him to "aim for less." It was sometimes said, but always known, that when you grow up poor and disadvantaged less is the best you'll ever be. However, he rejected that story. He flunked out of 8th grade and was expelled from 9th and 1/2 of 10th grade for truancy and fighting. His father was an alcoholic who struggled to maintain employment as a construction worker. Housing was unstable, often facing eviction. He lived in 10 different apartments before he was ten years old. He and his family lived in public subsidized housing for a brief time and they spent several months living in various motels. His father completed the 6th grade. His mother dropped out in the 9th grade. Surprisingly, with help and grit, he managed to graduate high school on time by attending classes during the day and at night.
His education on the human mind began as an individual pursuit. He spent many hours in his late teens and early twenties reading about psychology and the human experience. In his 20s, he decided to leave behind his job painting houses and began his pursuit of his undergraduate degree in psychology. He graduated from Rutgers University with highest honors. While at Rutgers, he was a Paul Robeson Scholar and he spent two years studying cognition. He continued on to Harvard Divinity School where he completed a Master’s Degree in Theological Studies. He completed his medical degree at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. He was privileged to complete his Adult Psychiatry Residency at Duke University where he served as the Chief Resident at the Durham VA Medical Center in North Carolina. While at Duke, he learned from the top faculty and leaders in the field. They taught him a sophisticated and nuanced approach to mental health and psychopharmacology.