Much of my work in education has been to offer coaching support to individuals, this has been supporting students and staff, including researchers. As I see it, coaching can be a valuable learning relationships that can support your personal and professional development.
My approach to coaching is embodied and Person-Centred; noticing what is happening in your body and following your process. Coaching in this way is very much about supporting you to listen to yourself. What is different to therapy is that there is more structure to the work and we will talk about what it is you’re wanting from the coaching, it might also be more practical in nature such as developing your practice, improving your grades, building confidence in your study skills, setting up your business or finding a new job.
Sometimes we feel we can’t go forward in the way that we would like, and what stops us is very practical and about developing an understanding of where you are now, where you want to be, and what is it that is stopping you from getting there.
I offer three coaching packages to support you in exploring these things:
- One off coaching session: “gain direction”.
- Three session package: “what is currently happening, where do you want to get to and how are you going to get there?”
- Six session package: “what is currently happening, where do you want to get to, equipping with tools, using feedback and how are you going to get there?”re you, where do you want to be?
Where are you, where do you want to be?
You may also want to work more flexibly and sessions can be tailored to your needs and if you have specific ideas we can talk about this together.
What you also get as part of this is a free 30 minute consultation and a summary of your session or package sent as PDF.