Mary Coussons-Read. Ph.D.

Dr. Mary Coussons-Read, a highly accomplished Professor of Psychology and the founder of Restless Coaching, is here to empower and assist individuals in achieving meaningful change.

With over 30 years of experience in academia and as a certified Professional Personal and Career Coach, Dr. Mary brings a unique blend of expertise to help higher education professionals envision and realize their goals. Having served in various leadership roles and as a respected researcher in stress and health, she understands the challenges everyone faces in the academic sphere.

In addition to her academic pursuits, Dr. Mary is equally passionate about supporting individuals struggling with obesity. She has experienced the impact of weight-related challenges and made the life-changing decision to undergo bariatric surgery. Combining her journey with her professional credentials, including working towards certification as a Bariatric coach, she is committed to helping everyone explore long-term options for managing their weight and supporting them as a partner in transformation.

Dr. Mary’s coaching practice is motivated by her genuine empathy for the hardships and loneliness involved with weight loss. She believes in teamwork and offering the information and skills needed to plan for a healthier future, regardless of the chosen path. Her ambition is to be the coach and support system she wanted she had, guiding her through the difficulties of new commitments, body, metabolism, and habits.

At Restless Coaching, you are never alone. Dr. Mary is here to help you take the necessary time for self-reflection, offer guidance, and assist you in finding your way forward. Whether you’re seeking academic or bariatric surgery coaching, she will work closely with you to breathe, vent, and determine the best course of action.

Don’t hesitate to reach out for a free consultation. It’s time to regain control of your life and discover the possibilities that lie ahead. Dr. Mary is ready to support you on this transformative journey.

A Letter from Dr. Mary