A History of Leading and Inspiring Others
Dr. Michael McCutcheon is an achievement coach, psychologist, and award-winning public speaker who specializes in working with adults around procrastination elimination, goal achievement, and increasing overall life satisfaction.
He draws on his training as a counseling psychologist to guide clients toward becoming more aware of their desires and overcome anxieties in order to break out of old patterns, create new habits, and achieve life-changing results.
Over the years, he has partnered with clients on a variety of goals: improving time management and organization skills, embarking on a new career, becoming more physically fit, finding love and/or enhancing current relationships, getting promoted, gaining acceptance into competitive graduate programs, and guiding recent graduates through the transition from school to the working world, to name a few.
Dr. Michael has worked with an incredibly diverse roster of clients from across the globe. His coaching style is often described as enthusiastic, solution-focused, genuine, thought-provoking, and caring. He is a published author, lecturer, and teaches graduate psychology courses at New York University (NYU), a position for which he has twice won the Distinguished Teaching Award (2015 & 2019).
His work has appeared in the press as a lifestyle and career expert for The Washington Post, The New York Post, Scholastic, Lifehacker, and The Coca-Cola Company. He has served as a contributing writer for Out Magazine and a featured panelist on National Public Radio (NPR).
Dr. Michael is an avid traveler, runner, and ESPN addict.
New York University Counseling Psychology Ph.D.
UC Berkeley Psychology B.A.