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I have over 25 years training and teaching experience specialising in designing bespoke training for both independent and corporate clients. I have a global coaching client base including the United Kingdom, Jordan, South Africa, Australia and America. I pride myself on working with managers, employees and individuals, understanding their requirements ensuring all events, courses and coaching are tailored specifically to the audience.
My training content is compelling, insightful and uses a variety of qualifications and techniques that give real benefit to the end user, providing practical knowledge and solutions, advocating change whilst improving their well-being, motivation and performance. Anxiety and Stress Management, Confidence and Resilience flows strongly throughout all training and coaching.
I specialist in treating Trauma, PTSD, Anxiety, Stress, Confidence & Resilience Coaching & Training, Hypnotherapy, TimeLine, Kinetic Shift, Rewind Therapy & Mental Health First Aid trained. I am on a quest to help clients overcome blocks in their head, challenge, reinstate self-belief, improved productivity by realising workplace stress and anxiety can be beaten.
I have a particular focus on integrating therapy, coaching and training. I work with overly sensitive individuals, often millennials with unique personalities showing huge potential but have less workplace resilience and the inability to differentiate personal and professional life. Often companies work with me when employee assistance programmes have failed to deliver what they need and managers and human resources have no other path to follow.
Today, employers and employees are talking more about mental health at work than ever before. Both the media, employee assistance programmes, health care charity’s and the government are all discussing its importance, however it is not enough to make people feel safe to opening up about their struggles within the workplace, nor does it educate them on who they can talk to, how they can ask for help, and what resources are available to them. Furthermore, it doesn’t prepare managers and supervisors on how to have those delicate and sensitive conversations should an employee choose to confide in them.