About Us

Dr. Carlos R. Todd

Therapist, Founder & Creative Director

Sometimes, life just does not go the way we thought it would. Our relationships become broken; our children experience pain; our family is in conflict; we feel lost, empty, depressed, and overwhelmed. Reading books, seeking help online, talking to friends, talking to the minister or coworker does not seem to provide any lasting results. I want to help you get lasting results.

Dr. Carlos Todd is the founder of Conflict Coaching & Consulting, Inc. His passion is to equip couples, individuals, and organizations with the skills and resources to manage life’s conflicts effectively.

Dr. Todd is part of an elite group of individuals who can claim expertise in conflict management that has been tested by academic rigor. He completed doctoral studies in conflict management and has applied this training to address conflict in relationships as well as organizations. He has used this model to inform his ongoing work on couples’ conflict resolution. Dr. Todd is also a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) granted by the North Carolina Board of Licensed Professional Counselors in 2005 and is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) granted by the National Board Certified Counselors in 2002.

Prior to his doctoral pursuits, Dr. Todd earned a Bachelor of Science degree in behavioral sciences, followed by a Master of Arts in Community Counseling. He entered the mental health field almost 20 years ago and has worked in various clinical and administrative capacities since that time. In his treatment of thousands of clients, he noticed that anger, conflict, and bullying were common concerns. Sensing the need for more specialized services in anger, conflict, and bullying, Dr. Todd has, to this day, been an avid researcher, writer, and speaker promoting the cause of reduced aggression. Dr. Todd is the creator of the model on which all our programs are based. In addition to providing counseling, Dr. Todd is a trainer and speaker for national and international events. Give me a call or email me at ctodd@conflictcoaching.co

Natasha Pemberton-Todd

Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor

Natasha Pemberton-Todd equips people with creative strategies for effective living. She is a North Carolina licensed professional counselor supervisor (LPCS) holding both an undergraduate and graduate degree from Andrews University-in Behavioral Sciences and Community Counseling, respectively. Natasha is also a training and performance improvement specialist with extensive experience in group facilitation, individual coaching, women, and children’s issues. She holds a Master’s degree in Education, specializing in Training and Performance Improvement from Capella University.

Women often suffer in silence. Do you feel as if you are suffering in silence? Is the burden of expectations from your spouse, children, and your career overwhelming? Do you feel empty, lost, depressed, and anxious? Do you feel like you would have been further in life than where you are now? I know these problems are real, and I want to help. There is a way to a brighter day.

Dr. Carlos Todd is the founder of Conflict Coaching & Consulting, Inc. His passion is to equip couples, individuals, and organizations with the skills and resources to manage life’s conflicts effectively.

Natasha thrives on inspiring people to unleash leadership and managerial wherewithal in all areas of life and possesses over 20 years of experience as a public speaker, facilitator, and administrator-particularly in the volunteer-driven non-profit sector. She creatively empowers others to:

  • Transform their outlook on every situation.
  • Recognize the impact of thoughts on feelings and behavior.
  • Identify and live their life purpose.
  • Grow healthier relationships with others.
  • Dominate life challenges by practicing effective coping strategies.


Natasha’s passion for equipping others in a creative manner undergirds her strong commitment to providing effective clinical supervision to up-and-coming professional counselors. Supervisees are assured to:

  • Sharpen their diagnostic skills.
  • Expand their case conceptualization skills.
  • Generate evidence-based treatment plans and protocol.
  • Identify and appropriately manage transference issues.
  • Increase their knowledge of career development opportunities.
  • Become familiar with therapeutic resources and much more!s.

Natasha has been featured on local television regarding social and emotional issues particularly affecting families both in the US and her native country of Trinidad and Tobago.