Coaching and Mentoring is a creative partnership to help you achieve your goals.
I offer supportive and confidential Coaching & Mentoring online and by phone for sincere enquirers who may be facing crisis and/or review in their life. Everyone has to face the challenges of relationship problems and separation, loss and bereavement, family and parenting issues, career direction, work-life balance, bullying and abuse, anxiety and depression, anger, living with illness, life work crisis and transition or making sense of their spiritual and material direction of your life.
Coaching & Mentoring offers a partnership to help you move through difficult situations, developing more successful relationships around you, finding ways to regulate intense and overwhelming emotions, staying energised, being well physically, mentally and spiritually, rediscovering your goals and aspirations and achieving them.
I work with people who are moving through transitional stages in their life. At these moments major changes appear in relationships, career/vocation/business and self-realisation. Coaching & Mentoring is a process of working through those transitions in a way that embraces change and bringing greater purpose and meaning in who you are and what you do.
Affordable and Professional Coaching and Mentoring
Unwaged/Universal Credit: £15 per session
Low income and Furloughed: £20 per session
Middle-Higher income: £25-30 per session or 10 sessions for the price of 9 (when paid in advance)
Email your Enquiry for a Free Consultation
You are welcome to have a free consultation to explore some more of where you are at and what you wish to achieve. After that there is no obligation to take up formal session-work. I offer coaching and mentoring via video – Skype, VSee or WhatsApp – or telephone.
You may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crisis Support for Mental Health
Unfortunately I cannot provide 24/7 support. If you need support immediately please contact The Samaritans by calling 116 123 or visiting their website at Samaritans.org or going to A&E.
Also you might find this fact sheet crisis-_teams useful which explains what support is available for you. It is published by the Rethink website and provides a great deal of information. I also provide lots of support and links in this website to help for depression in the resources section.
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