Life Coach

The definition of a life coach is a professional who helps you reach your goal or make a change in your life. 

I help people move forward and set personal and professional goals that will give them make the changes in life they really want. 

As a coach, I encourage and guide my clients by teaching them how to accept challenges and move forward by setting and working on achieving their goals.

Why Get A Life Coach

  • Healing from a loss of intimacy, trust, partners addictive or painful patterns
  • Transition from work to retirement
  • Transition from relationships such as divorce
  • Learn how to live with less stress and more time
  • Learn ways to handle family conflict that doesn’t involve being triggered both emotionally and physically
  • Live free of negative self-talk and self-sabotaging patterns
  • Learning to cope, live and thrive with a partner while dealing with depression
  • Address perfectionism and expectations that create painful life experiences
  • Approach difficult conversations with less stress.

Benefits From Life Coaching


Knowing what you want can be half the battle in life. As part of your pre-coaching work, I will help you to get clear about what you would like to achieve from coaching (if you are not already). On an on-going basis, coaching will help you to get and stay clear about your goals and the direction you would like to head in.


Accountability is a powerful tool for creating change. When engaged in the life coaching process, you will work with me, your coach to create goals to achieve between sessions. Coaching is very much a joint journey and as your life coach, I don’t give you advice or tell you what to do; together we will create goals for you that will be realistic and achievable and importantly, inspiring to you. The goals should be your goals and owned by you. If for some reason you are not able to achieve that goal, you will work with me in the next session to see what stopped you and help you to move forward again. The simple act of telling someone else what you intend to do can make a huge difference in the desire to achieve it. If you find that you are putting something off week after week, it is much more obvious in the coaching scenario and gets dealt with quicker than you may do by yourself. This means that you can either get to the bottom of why you have not achieved the goal or decide to leave it to one side if you realise it no longer inspires you.

Unbiased Input

Friends and family can be a great source of support, but sometimes unbiased input can make a big difference to your perspective and help you to see things about yourself and your life situation differently. We often hear things better from an outsider, than from people to close to the situation or us. Though your Mum may always remind you of your strengths, hearing the same message from someone outside of your situation can be helpful.

The Opportunity To Focus On You

Life coaching is an opportunity to focus on you and your dreams and aspirations. In day to day life, being busy with family, friends, work and hobbies often means that you and your bigger wants get left to the side. Life coaching gives you the space to think about you, your thoughts and feelings and about what is important to you. Life coaching can be truly life changing and can enable you to carve the space in your life for your goals and what is important to you.


Life coaching can be challenging and hard work, though also rewarding and fun. You will be looking at yourself honestly and challenging yourself to push yourself beyond your comfort zones. Life coaching will enhance your personal development and assist you in taking the various areas of your life to the next level.

Have further questions about getting a Life Coach? Please feel free contact me.