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Dr. Sydney Ceruto
Ph.D. Cognitive Neuroscience
CPLP – Executive, Life, Career, Relationships & Performance
Dr. Sydney Ceruto has completed her doctoral education in the field of Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience & is a leading specialist in Neuro Based Coaching. Her specialty is in helping clients recognize their faulty thinking patterns, change undesirable behaviors, developmental & emotional resiliency, & gain mental clarity.
When Dr. Ceruto was a teenager, she tragically lost both parents. As an only child, the loss of family completely broke her. She became profoundly depressed & began suffering from chronic anxiety. Sydney felt lost, & any form of happiness, confidence, or clarity, seemed a long way off.
Soon after, she began to pursue her education in psychology & neuroscience. Studying the mind-brain connection was indeed the paradigm for her healing & growth.
Dr. Sydney Ceruto created MindLAB Life Coaching almost two decades ago. She pioneered an integrative approach based on hard science that has genuinely changed the way people make positive &, more importantly, permanent changes in all areas of their lives. The program has debunked all the myths regarding the efficacy of “traditional therapy” & the sad misnomer that you need to be on a counselor’s couch for years or even decades.
Several publications have Dr. Sydney Ceruto on staff as a contributing writer. She is a proud member of the Forbes Executive Coaches Council, Positive Performance Coaching Alliance & Wharton Executive Education Program.
She has an avid intellect, a keen understanding of human nature, & an uncanny ability to connect deeply with clients. Dr. Ceruto is hands-on, accessible, highly intuitive, compassionate & is told … pretty funny!
“Living in NYC & South Florida for 20 years, I still love both equally.
One of my passions is traveling, which I have done extensively. I am an enormous sports enthusiast & watch everything from tennis to soccer to Formula 1 racing. I play golf as often as I can & yes, I do take the occasional mulligan. I enjoy dining out & sampling great food & wine. I have one son who just graduated from Princeton University & a French Bulldog named Rosey that I adore!”