Coaching Psychology

Word of mouth has firmly established my reputation in the City of London. I’ve coached hundreds of professionals to enhance their performance at work and improve their well-being.

The purpose of coaching

The practice of coaching psychology is a process for enhancing well-being and performance in personal and work life which is underpinned in established psychological theories and techniques.

Why have coaching?

Many of my clients have tried ‘self-help’ approaches to personal and professional development and found that they need further professional guidance. Sometimes the right kind of experienced help provided at the right time can be life changing. Coaching psychology is a service that people access when they feel that professional support in building a happier, more successful or satisfying life would be of value to them.

How does coaching help?

Coaching can produce a range of benefits at any stage of a career or personal life. If you are starting on a new and exciting job trajectory, coaching can help to give your career the kick-start it needs and help you develop confidence and adaptability in your new role.

Experienced professionals can also benefit from coaching at turning points in their career such as a promotion, a switch in role, stepping into a leadership role or if they find their previous ways of achieving success need updating or completely changing. Senior leaders also benefit from my coaching services, the coaching sessions provide a space for objective thinking and feedback.

What to expect

I developed my unique approach to coaching in response to the need of my many professional clients.

My tailored coaching programmes bring together evidence from neuropsychology and coaching psychology to create personalised techniques to increase confidence, improve productivity and ensure success for professionals. Clients are nurtured to use their individual strengths to create innovative and creative solutions. It is this supportive and honest approach that creates a trusting professional relationship that empowers professionals to make positive changes and thrive in a dynamic and ever-changing world. The psychology of success longevity is a key aspect of the programme and aims to create lasting impact on your work and personal life.

During coaching sessions, I help my clients to constructively explore beliefs, assumptions, feelings and behaviours to help them reach their full potential. The next stage in the coaching process involves finding the best personalized techniques to help make changes and challenge limiting beliefs and behaviours. Finally, when a client has made a shift and the new beliefs and behaviours become second-nature, the coaching process is complete.

When people do not achieve their life goals, often it is not because of insurmountable obstacles or lack of opportunities. Instead, it may be caused by something within them that holds them back from developing their full potential or something that sets them on a path of self-destruction.

Coaching puts you on the right path for success, health and happiness.

Choose a coaching programme that suits your needs and routine. Opt for weekly, fortnightly, monthly, half day or a full day programme.

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