Based on research and what my clients tell me, coaching could be beneficial to you in the following ways:
My idea of coaching goes further and says that coaching means helping you to help yourself. Coaching based on this approach is cost-effective and respects the resources and abilities of you, the client. I believe that people are essentially resourceful and capable, so coaching should be a short-term engagement designed to build quickly on your capabilities and potential and set you off on the path towards your goals or aspirations.
Issues clients might bring to coaching include:
– Feeling like you might be experiencing a midlife crisis
– Personal development
– Considering the purpose of life
– Building confidence
– Considering a career change
In coaching, my clients and I co-create a positive, productive space for goal achievement, problem solving and personal development.
As part of my coaching practice I receive regular supervision from a more experienced coach. This provides my clients with assurance that my work is conducted to the highest professional and ethical standards.
My approach to coaching is based on brief solution-focused therapy, a future-focused, goal-orientated approach to interpersonal work that’s positive and productive. We can meet in person, talk on the phone or link up via secure video conferencing for privacy. I can offer packages, but if you prefer to book as we go along, that’s fine too. Together we will aim to achieve your goals in as few sessions as possible.
If you think you might benefit from my coaching as my clients have, contact me today to arrange a free email or phone consultation. I look forward to hearing from you.
30 Horstmann Close
Bath BA1 3NX