The Centerpoint Institute

Offering lifelong tools to navigate uncertainty, build meaningful careers, and design courageous lives.

Our remarkably successful Career and Life Design Process guides you through navigating change, discovering your true passion, and putting your dreams to work.

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Design a Life you Love

Find out more about what Centerpoint has to offer you. Attend a free Introductory Session.

Held Tuesdays at 6:00pm and Thursdays at 12:00pm.

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Test Yourself

Find out where you are in the Career Process.

Take our Life/Career Self-Test to get started.

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The Time Between Dreams

Carol’s book is available to purchase! A magnificent tool for those of us who are experiencing a transition in our lives.

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Starting from the Source

An intense 3-month group health-coaching journey brought to you by Vibrant Life Source’s LeAnn Smith and the Centerpoint Institute for Life and Career Renewal. Like most things in life, getting healthy is easier accomplished in the company of others…
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Carol's TV Appearance

On Monday, January 5th Centerpoint’s Founder, Carol Vecchio appeared as a guest on KING 5’s “New Day Northwest” discussing her book, The Time Between Dreams, why the new year is a perfect time for a job change, and much more!

Workshops

Our workshops are uniquely successful thanks to the power of the small group connection in tandem with your personal journey.

Special Events

Centerpoint is always hosting new events to help you find your path.

One-on-One

For many, the process of discussing our career is very personal. Find out more about our one-on-one sessions.

Centerpoint gave me my life back. Or, maybe more accurately, helped me find my life. Mark Goodman

Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy

The ‘model of change’ really helped put things into context for me. Delivered in an articulate, sensitive, intelligent, supportive way. Centerpoint Alumni

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