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  • What does a Coach do?
    The only constant in life is that change is ubiqitous, that is, the only constant is that there is no constant. Change is not always easy to manage, but change at the same time can open up many new opportunities. A Coach can be a useful co-pilot during these periods of change as they can help you co-construct a strategy that can help you successfully navigate change.
  • What is a typical coaching session like?
    Typical sessions are an 40 minutes long. The process is very conversational, question lead and is very much determined by what you want from the session.
  • What sort of clients do you work with?
    I work with a wide variety of clients that come to me with a variety of needs. I have worked with people with health challenges, personal challenges, athletes and business executives.
  • Do you offer online coaching?
    Yes, once you’ve booked your coaching session I will then send you an online link.
  • How much does it cost?
    Typically sessions last for 40 minutes and the fee is £40. If however you are on a low income or benefit please contact me to work out a rate that you can afford.
  • What are your credentials?
    I am a Solution Focused Coach, Clinical Manual Therapist and Exercise Therapist (specialism in chronic health). My background was initially in performance sports coaching, before migrating my skills into mental and physical health coaching. During my almost 30 years of coaching I have amassed in excess of 50,000 coaching hours and have worked with hundreds of clients. My coaching approach is centred around a solution based client centered approach. He also holds a specialist certification in diabetes, obesity, health for special populations, exercise therapy, nutrition, performance coaching, ageing, and stress management with mindfulness meditation.

I am passionate about helping people get more out of their lives, so if you’re currently managing change and want to get more out of your life why not drop me a line for a friendly chat.

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