Coaching has traditionally been associated with sports. Every top athlete has a coach. However, in the last few years, coaching has become applicable in every area - in business and in every aspect of life - not just sport. Now, it is quite normal for someone to see a coach to help them achieve their goals in their life and work.
Coaching psychology is a process which aims to help clients overcome obstacles which might be impacting on their wellbeing and performance, and build skills to deal with life's challenges more effectively.
Coaching psychology tends to be present and future-oriented, rather than dwelling on the past. It does not deal extensively with the negative or pathological aspects of life and, as such, it is distinct from counselling or therapy.
Coaching psychology focuses on your individual strengths and abilities to determine how they might be used in new and different ways to enhance your performance and improve the overall quality of your personal and professional life.
Coaching psychology is specific, goal-oriented, and conducted one-on-one. It gives you the time and space to tackle those areas of your life you need help with, in a structured and proactive way. It can help you to build awareness, empower choice, lead to change and, ultimately, unlock your true potential.
Coaching sessions can be single “one-off ” sessions or you might like to attend additional sessions on a more regular basis, depending on your need and individual circumstances.
Sessions can be conducted face-to-face, on the phone, or via telehealth which enables much greater flexibility with regard to service provision.
Check out the options below to find the one which suits you best.
A coaching psychologist might be helpful for you if you are looking to:
Please note, we are not currently accepting any new bookings for coaching sessions.
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