Coaching is all about helping people to thrive. Most life coaches I know started out on a personal quest to find the key to living a happy, productive life and along the way, found that they had learned something valuable to share with others. My story is no different.
What started as a determination to reach my own potential and find a way to still an over-active mind, became a joy in helping others do the same.
After more than a decade working in the educational field, abroad and in the UK – where I had the opportunity to coach both staff and students – I decided to formalise my long-standing interest in all aspects of personal and professional development by taking a postgraduate qualification in Coaching at the University of East London.
My coaching style has evolved over time as I have deepened my understanding of how we are constantly creating our own experiences (and feelings) through our thoughts. My coaching sessions now tend to be transformational conversations that help clients understand this process for themselves and, as a result, help them to connect with the creativity and resourcefulness that comes from a quiet, peaceful mind.
My approach to my clients is non-judgemental and supportive, combining creativity and intuition with pragmatism to achieve results.Helping people to progress, overcome barriers, reach their goals and live happier, more productive lives. A coaching conversation offers time and space away for reflection, in-sights, solutions and new perspectives.