My Coaching and Training Style

To quote a former coachee of mine…

“I think I’d call what you do conversation coaching, it’s definitely not lifestyle. I don’t know – it’s you and your way.”

Not very helpful if you’re trying to find out more about me, so I’ll give it a go!

I am an Existentialist Coach.

This means that my practice is focused on your most valuable resource – you and your relationships. Rather than coaching from a technical perspective, the work that we would do together is more personal. It’s less about what you do and more about working out who you are. You can find out more about what that looks like in real life by looking at the types of services that I provide.

Taking a co-active approach, together, we would create the focus and experience of these sessions. Depending on what comes up, I will bring in a range of developmental, psycho-therapeutic, experiential, and reflective tools to help you access the resources you already have to help you move forward.

If you have any questions, please ask! Before any commitment is made, I insist on a Discovery Call (1 hour) to explore how we might best work with one another – on me of course!

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