I work with all sorts of different people, on all sorts of topics!
Here is some information about my coaching sessions and three popular areas I coach in.
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Personal Coaching Sessions
My coaching sessions are focused on moving forward, therefore the only times we explore past experiences, is if there is something useful and helpful to learn.
What you can expect from coaching sessions with me;
Confidentiality - To get the most from personal coaching sessions, it's important that you feel comfortable to be as open and honest as possible, therefore all my sessions are confidential in accordance to the Coaching Code Of Conduct. (provided to all my clients)
Non-Judgemental - I won't judge anything you say, I fully appreciate that we are all unique and have different values and beliefs.
No Advice - During our coaching sessions I will not provide any advice or suggestions. I believe YOU are the expert in your life and that you have all the answers and are resourceful enough to achieve whatever you want to.
My style of coaching is all about positivity, energy, support, encouragement and of course a little humour!
Three Main Coaching Areas
I work with and support people who want to make either a change within their current job role (e.g. prepare for promotion, gain specific new skills etc) or are ready to make a BIG change and embark on a new career path.
If you feel stuck in your current role or want a change (but don't know what you want to do!) then you could benefit from Career Coaching.
I work with individuals who are either looking to improve their current relationships or who are seeking a new relationship.
I believe EVERY young person should have access to a Coach!
I work with young people (11 yrs+) on a large range of topic areas including;
- Improving 'day to day' life (e.g. improving relationships with friends and adults, gaining positivity)
- Gaining Life balance (e.g. school life, gaming, chores, hobbies, family life, technology)
- Significant Transitions (e.g. from primary school to secondary school or secondary school to college)
- Preparing for and performing exams (e.g. dealing with and managing stress and anxiety, developing coping mechanisms)
- Making BIG decisions (e.g. which options to take, what college to go to, whether to go to university)