Coaching is for anyone who wants to take a deep look into themselves and understand how they may be holding themselves back. Many of us operate on auto-pilot and coaching helps us awaken to all we can be.

Holly Teska

Coaching is very likely the most effective way to achieve long-term change and sustainable personal growth and development. Much has been written about coaching but at its best it creates a non-judgemental space for people to reflect on unhelpful beliefs and self-assumptions and to replace them with more enabling ways of thinking. Perhaps the best way to think about coaching is in terms of moving from one way of thinking to another, more personally beneficial way of thinking and being.

Coaching can help with:

  • confidence and self-esteem
  • imposter syndrome
  • personal and workplace relationships
  • anxiety
  • unhelpful or unhealthy habits
  • career progression
  • job interviews
  • goal setting and goal achieving
  • exam anxiety
  • school and college performance
  • communication
  • personal and professional relationships
  • leadership
  • mediation

Coaching meetings, either in-person or remotely, usually last for sixty minutes. The first meeting is free in order that clients can assess whether coaching is for them. There is no obligation to sign up for a set number of meetings: the choice to continue with just a few meetings or more, and with what frequency, is always the client’s.

The self is not something ready-made, but something in continuous formation through choice of action – John Dewey