path of stones on the waterThe art of coaching is rooted in ancient philosophy and wisdom, overlapping significantly with the world of counselling. However, whereas counselling begins with looking inwards and unravelling experiences, emotions, thoughts and feelings, the coaching journey begins from a place of acknowledgement of the past with emphasis on looking outwards enabling you to move forward into a place of wellbeing.

Coaching can give you an opportunity to explore how you can support your physical, emotional, spiritual, social, sexual and psychological wellbeing in ways that suit you as a unique individual. Sessions are tailored to your specific individual needs and focus on creating a personal wellbeing plan which, for most people, encompasses the key themes of managing stress, good nutrition, exercise, creativity, relaxation, self-expression, self-confidence and clear communication.

signpost with fog and a pathwayAs a wellbeing coach I believe that you already know, perhaps sub-consciously, the solutions to your perceived problems. I can help you to think better, to recognise and find a way to resolve or navigate your blocks and to make decisions and lifestyle choices that work for you.

For some of my clients coaching has been a natural progression from counselling. Others have chosen coaching instead of counselling to help them to move forward in a positive direction. I believe that coaching can be an exciting and enlightening journey of discovery, realisation and inspiration, leading to a place of clarity, renewed motivation and wellness.