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Areas of Expertise


Whether you feel you have reached a hiatus in your career or are thinking about next steps after a career break, coaching can help to make transitions more manageable and achievable.


The areas where coaching can help adults:


  • Increase emotional intelligence and awareness of self

  • Building self-confidence and self-esteem

  • Coping techniques- self-criticism and negative thoughts

  • Question limiting beliefs and habits

  • Handling relationship issues of all kinds 

  • Opening up a creative mindset

  • Improved executive function skills – time management, prioritizing etc

  • Dealing with criticism

  • Decision taking

  • Conflict resolution

  • Stress and anxiety management

  • Future planning in all areas of life

  • Work / life balance

  • Career development and returning to work after a break

  • Managing colleagues

  • Changing jobs or moving from university into the working world

  • Supporting parents through the adolescent years



Adolescents are being forced to live in an ever more unstable and unpredictable world. This is reflected in mental health referrals highlighting the increase in anxiety amongst this age group.  Education is so much more than academics, but in recent years the academic pressure on adolescents has been immense.  At a time when their brain is undergoing significant development and rewiring, the unsettling nature of the current challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic can lead to high levels of anxiety and helplessness.  Coaching can be a valuable tool to improve wellbeing, resilience and general life skills. It can also raise self-esteem and provide techniques to tackle anxiety. 

With the technological overwhelm that many adolescents feel today, the empowering support that coaching can provide gives adolescents the tools to make positive changes in their own lives. This is essential to establish good habits for a successful future. 


The potential benefits for adolescent coaching are far-reaching:

  • Healthy relationships with oneself and others – you are enough!

  • Challenge anxious behaviour, increased self-awareness 

  • Emotional regulation

  • Enhanced self-esteem, sense of choice

  • Acknowledging and abating exam nerves

  • Establishing healthy sleep patterns

  • Coping with bullying

  • Aiding career decisions

  • Improved resilience

  • Enhanced educational focus and motivation

  • Improved focus and attention

  • Changing negative language to positive

  • Knowledge of one’s values, goals and aspirations

  • Ability to take decisive action

  • Recognising the habits of ‘catastrophizing’, or assuming the worst

  • Overcoming procrastination, breaking bad habits

  • Improving time management and organisation

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