What experience and qualifications do you have?

I have been teaching, training and coaching for over twenty years, in a variety of different settings, with groups and one-to-one. I have a certificate in Person-Centred Counselling and successfully completed a Diploma in Rogerian Person Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy (though due to personal circumstances I was unable to complete the required number of practice hours at the time). I also hold a Diploma in Coaching from the University of Warwick and am a member of the Association for Coaching.

In addition I am a qualified teacher of T’ai Chi and Chi Gung, and teach mindfulness and meditation techniques to individuals and groups.


What kind of coaching do you do?

As you can see, I have a background in person-centred approaches, but I also use techniques from Gestalt, CBT, Somatic Coaching, Mindfulness, Transpersonal Coaching… ultimately I take the approach which best suits you, to achieve the outcomes you want.

I am also very interested in recent findings in neuroscience, and how these can be applied to help us make our brain work for us, rather than against us.


How much does coaching cost?

A one-off one-to-one coaching session with me, either face to face or on Skype, is £125 for 60 minutes, or £180 for 90 minutes.

A package of 6 sessions is more economical at £714 for 6 x 60 minutes (£119 an hour) and £990 for 6 x 90 minutes (£110 an hour pro rata).

This may seem like a big investment, but for something which can literally change your life, it isn’t. A short holiday is a similarly sized investment, but while this might make you feel better for a while, coaching can make you feel better for the rest of your life.

I do have limited capacity for free pro bono coaching for those who are genuinely unable to pay. At the moment I am up to capacity, but you could contact me to go on the waiting list.

See some testimonials here.