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Deciding you would benefit from coaching involves placing your trust in the hands of another. Therefore finding the 'right' person for you is likely to be the key to how valuable your coaching experience is. I offer a free 20 minute initial consultation giving you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have and to see if the way I work feels comfortable for you. 

My approach to coaching

I will support you, by providing a non-judgemental and safe space to identify the change(s) you are seeking and explore the different ways of bringing about that change. Change requires insight and action. I facilitate the opportunity for you to gain better insight into yourself and your future potential. My role is not to advise you what to do but to support you in identify clear goals and guide you towards their achievement.  

The quality of the relationship between the coach and client is key. My  role as a coach is to help you believe in yourself and your potential. This may involve helping you to identify what holds you back from action and how you may overcome this. The process of coaching can feel challenging at times but you should never feel judged or disrespected. This is where my skills as a counsellor blend excellently with my coaching experience. Sessions may vary between being structured and directional or interactive. There may also be work to do between sessions.  Coaching sessions are usually longer than the therapeutic hour, and more spread out. Frequency and duration will be considered in our initial consultation. 

I am able to offer coaching in person, by video link or telephone.

What is Coaching?

Coaching is a collaborative process between the coach and client. It usually starts by identifying the areas of your life and/or work that you wish to change. Coaching will explore any patterns, beliefs or relationship dynamics which may be holding you back from achieving change and reaching your full potential. The core purpose of coaching is to increase self-awareness, empowering choice, acting to close the gap between your potential and how things are currently. Enabling you to achieve change.

What are the different types of coaching?

Business coaching

Coaching is connected with the work environment e.g., improving performance at work, seeking promotion, trouble-shooting, resolving high levels of stress etc

Life Coaching

Coaching is focussed on clients’ personal lives, it can help with relationships, personal development and achieving life goals

How does coaching differ from counselling?

Counselling is reparative in nature whereas coaching has a developmental focus. Coaching considers how past experiences may be impacting on the ‘here and now’, but it is not primarily focused on understanding the past or overcoming traumatic events.

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