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You've decided you want help

The next important question is WHO is the right person for you to get help from.  I’m confident I can change your life.  It might help you to know a bit about me first so you can be confident you’re in safe hands.

Here I share with you my beliefs and values in the context of coaching and life.  Beliefs are what we hold to be true.  Values are what we hold as important.  My sense of what is true and possible for you is bold and liberating.

I also share my personal story.  People ask me how I became a coach.  Its all here.  This is a very personal account.  I want you to know that I haven’t always been confident.  It was coaching that changed my life.  It’s my passion and my purpose to now help you.

Finally, my qualifications.  Also links to codes of conduct I abide by through professional accreditation.  You probably just need to know that I always work to support you with utmost confidentiality.

My beliefs.
What I hold to be true.
In coaching and in life.

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My story
How I became a coach

My early childhood was safe but lacking love and affection.  The focus was on being independent, doing things properly and doing well at school.  The reality: I was a very lonely little girl who was severely bullied (even moved schools) and struggling with everything from schoolwork to brownies.

Qualifications and Professional Membership

  • INLPTA Diploma in NLP
  • INLPTA Certified Practitioner in NLP
  • INLPTA Certified Master Practitioner in NLP
  • ICF ACC Accredited Coach

Codes of ethics

As a member of the Association for Neuro Linguistic Programing (ANLP) I abide by their code of ethics.

As a member of the International Coaching Federation I abide by their code of ethics.

Definitions of NLP and Coaching

I’m trained in Neuro Linguistic Programming.  Its certainly not the only set of tools I have.  But if you want to find out more……

The International Coaching Federation defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximise their personal and professional potential.

It is not telling or advising.