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Why work with us?

Most of us sometimes need others to help, support and inspire us overcome our challenges and achieve our dreams. Family, friends and colleagues can be a great support. However, as they know you well, they will lack the objectivity, or simply lack the skills to guide you and offer the necessary friendly challenge to help you overcome the obstacles and help you succeed in your goals.

That is where we come in – we can help you succeed. We will be there to help you look at things from a different perspective and give you the confidence to move forward.

What you can expect

Life coaching is a form of counselling which uses a series of individual sessions, usually through meeting face-to-face although it can be carried out over a telephone.

Over an agreed number of sessions, we can help you to break negative belief patterns, act more decisively and set clear goals towards achieving what you want from life.

The success or failure of the coaching depends on people being determined and finding the right life coach for them — whether it’s someone to help kick-start a new career path or to help with more personal issues. That’s why we offer your first session for free, to ensure that we are the right fit for you.

We can help you to organize your priorities and decide what direction you want to go in. During our sessions we will agree strategies to help you solve your problems and become much clearer what you want from life.

So if you are open to new ideas and ways of doing things and are ready to commit to a process that will test you but will result in you getting more out of what you want from life get in touch today.

What Life Coaching Isn’t

Although we always want to help everyone that comes to us, it should be noted that life coaching is not a solution for people with more deep-rooted mental health issues, as these require more specialist help and therapy. In such cases we would recommend that you visit your GP to seek a referral for professional support. However, there are times when, with the agreement and approval of your medical adviser, a coach may be able to provide complementary support. If you are receiving medical assistance you should ask them whether coaching would hinder any treatment that you are receiving.