“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and go do it. Because what the world needs, is more people who have come alive.”



People come to me from all walks of life and for all sorts of reasons. I help them find ways of changing unhelpful behaviour patterns, rise to challenges and realise their potential, so that they can lead a fulfilling life, with confidence, self-respect and deep connections.

I think of coaching as a place for thought and reflection, a place that gives the client an opportunity to speak and be heard, and most importantly a place, which encourages clients to listen more deeply to themselves. I do not profess to provide answers or solutions, but through the depth and patience of my listening, enable them to turn inwards and find their own.

Coaching is above all about raising self-awareness and bringing clarity to the constellation of choices that lead to living authentically and wholeheartedly. When we discard what has been socially constructed and are fully in contact with the truth of our existence, rather than trying to be different or disowning parts of ourselves, change happens.

I have a special interest in how we relate and see ourselves in the world. The relationship we have with others such as family, friends or colleagues, and above all the one we have with ourselves, often determines our view of the world and our contentment within it. I assist clients in managing these multifaceted relationships to create harmony in their lives.

I do my utmost to build a relationship with clients, which is filled with compassion, empathy and kindness, but one that is also challenging, when challenge is needed.

My approach to coaching is integrative, drawing on a range of philosophies and approaches, such as Psychodynamic, Jungian, Gestalt, Person-centred/Humanistic and Transactional.

“Judge your success by what you had to give up in order to get it.”