Life coaching and training for teachers and other educational professionals.
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“I help teachers and other educational professionals who are aware that they are stressed, anxious, overloaded or otherwise not living their best lives, to make deep, permanent, positive changes through psychology-based coaching.”
I work with teachers, coaches and education professionals, whose mission in life is to help others, but who currently feel overwhelmed and not themselves. They can’t ever seem to get on top of their to do list, they’re snapping at their partner or children, they’re eating badly, and they’re not sleeping, or feeling exhausted even when they do get some sleep.
I help them sift through the old patterns and beliefs currently dragging them under and instead reconnect with who they really are, so they can rediscover their enthusiasm and sense of purpose and have the clarity to make some much needed changes.
You might be thinking that most people kind of know all this stuff, and there’s so much online. Is it really necessary to have someone else to coach you through it?
But because understanding something theoretically is not at all the same thing as being able to apply it to your own life, that rarely works out, and month after month, or even year after year, nothing changes.
I believe that when you work with someone who really gets what you’re going through (I’ve been there) and knows exactly how to tackle what’s going on beneath the surface, you can finally make dramatic and permanent changes to your life, work and relationships.
Recent blog posts
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