I am also a life coach

Many ask what is the difference between counselling and coaching. In essence coaching, for me, is:

For enhancing well-being and performance in a person’s personal life and work, underpinned by models of coaching grounded in established adult learning or psychological approaches (adapted Grant and Palmer 2002)

The above is a definition for coaching psychology which is the type of coaching that I practice.

Coaching can be of the following types:

  • Business/Executive: e.g. leadership, innovation, performance
  • Life/Personal: a more generalist approach
  • Specialist: e.g. stress. health, confidence, redundancy, parent/maternity
  • Performance recovery: e.g. problem solving, skill development
  • Excellence: e.g. staying sane and ahead of the game

How it fits (click on diagram):

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If you feel that coaching is something that would benefit you then contact me by phone or e-mail and we can take it from there: coaching is generally between 6-12 sessions of 50 mins each and is charged at £50/session (concessions available)