Life Coaching

 

Life Coaching

It is easy to lose sight of what is really important to you when life is running away with you and you are just trying to keep up with all the responsibilities and challenges that are right in front of you. Life Coaching helps you to stand still, observe and discover; what is going on, is this what I want, what do I need to do to feel happy and fulfilled?

My life coaching focuses on, but is not limited to:

“I can do so much more
but for some reason it is not happening. What is holding me back?”

Sam, 34 years old

Empowering You!

I believe that we are all capable of achieving so much more than we allow ourselves to. So often we are held back by our own self-limiting beliefs and the fear of failure. Fortunately, these boundaries that we create for ourselves can be challenged and demolished. Working with me will give you the insight and tools you need to tackle your unhelpful boundaries and make the changes to your life that you deserve.

“The house is empty.
My husband won’t come home until 20:30,
my children not for a few weeks. My full time caring role has come to an end and I want to do something with my life.”

Sam, 54 years old

Midlife Challenges

A lot happens when we are in our midlife which I define as age 40 – 60. We are not as fit as we used to be and women go through the dreaded (peri)menopause with all the physical and emotional symptoms that come with it. Our children start to spend more time out of the house on their own or are even moving out. Our career progression starts to diminish and maybe is coming to an end. At this stage in life you may feel that you have lost sight of your dreams and aspirations, that you are lacking in purpose and are getting little fulfilment out of daily life. I can help you find yourself again and support you in building a fulfilling next stage of life.

“I love my husband 
but my relationship is challenging. It has made me a little inactive but I want to get back to a full life.

Sarah, 42 years old

Living with an AS partner

Living with a partner who is affected by Asperger’s Syndrome is challenging, to say the least. The emotional connection with your partner may not be what you expected it to be when you first met and you may feel lonely in the relationship. It is difficult to talk to family and friends about it because they don’t see and understand what goes on behind closed doors. If there are children involved you probably take on the bulk of the parenting responsibility. Your challenge is to look after your own emotional well-being and make sure that you can live a fulfilling life. Life coaching can help you find ways to look after yourself so that you can better face the challenges and feel that you can move forward.

If you want to find out about support groups in your area click here

“I can do so much more
but for some reason it is not happening. What is holding me back?”

Sam, 34 years old

Empowering You!

I believe that we are all capable of achieving so much more than we allow ourselves to. So often we are held back by our own self-limiting beliefs and the fear of failure. Fortunately, these boundaries that we create for ourselves can be challenged and demolished. Working with me will give you the insight and tools you need to tackle your unhelpful boundaries and make the changes to your life that you deserve.

“The house is empty.
My husband won’t come home until 20:30,
my children not for a few weeks. My full time caring role has come to an end and I want to do something with my life.”

Sam, 54 years old

Midlife Challenges

A lot happens when we are in our midlife which I define as age 40 – 60. We are not as fit as we used to be and women go through the dreaded (peri)menopause with all the physical and emotional symptoms that come with it. Our children start to spend more time out of the house on their own or are even moving out. Our career progression starts to diminish and maybe is coming to an end. At this stage in life you may feel that you have lost sight of your dreams and aspirations, that you are lacking in purpose and are getting little fulfilment out of daily life. I can help you find yourself again and support you in building a fulfilling next stage of life.

“I love my husband 
but my relationship is challenging. It has made me a little inactive but I want to get back to a full life.

Sarah, 42 years old

Living with an AS partner

Living with a partner who is affected by Asperger’s Syndrome is challenging, to say the least. The emotional connection with your partner may not be what you expected it to be when you first met and you may feel lonely in the relationship. It is difficult to talk to family and friends about it because they don’t see and understand what goes on behind closed doors. If there are children involved you probably take on the bulk of the parenting responsibility. Your challenge is to look after your own emotional well-being and make sure that you can live a fulfilling life. Life coaching can help you find ways to look after yourself so that you can better face the challenges and feel that you can move forward.

If you want to find out about support groups in your area click here

“I can do so much more
but for some reason it is not happening. What is holding me back?”

Sam, 34 years old

Empowering You!

I believe that we are all capable of achieving so much more than we allow ourselves to. So often we are held back by our own self-limiting beliefs and the fear of failure. Fortunately, these boundaries that we create for ourselves can be challenged and demolished. Working with me will give you the insight and tools you need to tackle your unhelpful boundaries and make the changes to your life that you deserve.

“The house is empty.
My husband won’t come home until 20:30,
my children not for a few weeks. My full time caring role has come to an end and I want to do something with my life.”

Sam, 54 years old

Midlife Challenges

A lot happens when we are in our midlife which I define as age 40 – 60. We are not as fit as we used to be and women go through the dreaded (peri)menopause with all the physical and emotional symptoms that come with it. Our children start to spend more time out of the house on their own or are even moving out. Our career progression starts to diminish and maybe is coming to an end. At this stage in life you may feel that you have lost sight of your dreams and aspirations, that you are lacking in purpose and are getting little fulfilment out of daily life. I can help you find yourself again and support you in building a fulfilling next stage of life.

“I love my husband 
but my relationship is challenging. It has made me a little inactive but I want to get back to a full life.

Sarah, 42 years old

Living with an AS partner

Living with a partner who is affected by Asperger’s Syndrome is challenging, to say the least. The emotional connection with your partner may not be what you expected it to be when you first met and you may feel lonely in the relationship. It is difficult to talk to family and friends about it because they don’t see and understand what goes on behind closed doors. If there are children involved you probably take on the bulk of the parenting responsibility. Your challenge is to look after your own emotional well-being and make sure that you can live a fulfilling life. Life coaching can help you find ways to look after yourself so that you can better face the challenges and feel that you can move forward.

If you want to find out about support groups in your area click here

How it works

 

It is easy to lose sight of what is really important to you when life is running away with you and you are just trying to keep up with all the responsibilities and challenges that are right in front of you. Life Coaching helps you to stand still, observe and discover; what is going on, is this what I want, what do I need to do to feel happy and fulfilled?

 

Time for yourself

Coaching provides dedicated time and a safe space for you to talk about what is on your mind, whether your focus is on your personal life, on your work or both. Everything discussed during our sessions remains strictly confidential.

It is important to me that you feel completely in charge of the coaching relationship and that you are comfortable in asking for guidance where you need it most. 

 

Number of sessions

The number of coaching sessions needed is different for each person and you decide what you need. It could be from just a couple of sessions up to several months of coaching. Again, you lead the way.

 

Homework

At the end of each session we agree on homework to complete before the next session. This homework will support you in moving the action forward. It is very important to me that you commit to doing your homework.

 

The result

When are you ready to end your coaching sessions?

– when you are happy and clear about your way ahead, and;

– when you are confident about the path to achieving your goals, and;

– when you feel you can manage the challenges on the way, and;

– when you feel you are in charge of your life.

Location

During the Covid-19 pandemic, I started using telephone, WhatApp and Zoom for my coaching sessions. Even though I prefer to meet my clients in person, online coaching gives us both a lot more flexibility so I will definitely continue to offer online coaching sessions. After lockdown is completely lifted, you will have the choice of online coaching or face-to-face coaching. Face-to-face coaching sessions can take place at my home office or at a location of your choice (your office/home or quiet public space).

 

Timing

I am available every weekday (9:00 – 17:00), Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings (20:00 – 22:00) and occasionally on weekends if weekdays are impossible for you. Any time outside these hours can be discussed.

Fees

Intake or ‘Chemistry test’

Exploring how we would work together in a telephone conversation of up to 30 minutes – free.

 

Session fees

One hour of life coaching £50

*Travel expenses will be charged at cost in case of sessions away from my home office.

 

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