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What is

Coaching psychology?

Coaching Psychology practice is built on a foundation of academic research into positive psychology.  Coaching Psychologists apply behavioural science in order to enhance human experience, performance, and wellbeing.  


Wellbeing Focused

The focus is always on psychological health and wellbeing, while facilitating learning, growth and development.

Strengths Focused

A collaborative approach drawing on existing strengths, with the aim of overcoming challenges in a constructive way, on the way to achieving value-driven goals.


What are you seeking?

How do you want to live?

What is important to you?


There are many reasons why people choose to work with a coaching psychologist, including:


  • Planning for, and adjusting to: changes, transitions, challenges, new directions, new roles, and new responsibilities in our personal and professional lives  

  • Performance enhancement, confidence-building, overcoming procrastination

  • Adaptation and agility in the modern world of work, career development, and leadership identity

  • Creating new self-care habits for health and wellbeing

  • How to thrive with diversity and difference

  • Protection from burnout, stress, and unhappiness

  • Developing our relationships with: self, family, friends, partners, work, culture, community, nation, and planet

  • Finding a sense of purpose and meaning, and achieving growth and success through value-driven actions, without compromising ourselves, other people, or the world around us

Together we will identify the issues you would like to work on, your overall aims, and the goals you want to achieve.  We will explore your options, build resources for overcoming blocks, and agree on committed actions for you to take that align with your values.  We will observe and evaluate your real life changes in practice to ensure meaningful progression towards your goals.     

Why choose a coaching psychologist?

Coaching can be a crowded and confusing field, so why choose a Coaching Psychologist?

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