Frequently Asked Questions
Can I have coaching online or by telephone?
I hold sessions over Skype, telephone, or Face-to-Face in London Fields, London.
How many coaching sessions will I need?
This is dependent on the plan you choose or how you feel as you attend sessions. There is no specific start or finish to coaching, rather a discussion will be held about how you would like to proceed on a pay as you go basis or a set package of sessions.
What can coaching help me with?
Coaching can help with relationship issues, work place stress, physical and mental health, low mood, anxiety, un-healthy eating, family issues, career change, and many more. The initial consultation is to discuss whatever is affecting you specifically.
How is coaching different from counselling or psychotherapy?
Counselling and/or psychotherapy, generally addresses what past events have contributed to current struggles and may go deep into childhood experiences, which is different to coaching. A counsellor or therapist might develop coping mechanisms and strategies for clients to move forward with their life. Psychologists and Psychiatrists can diagnose and create clinical treatment plans for mental health conditions. Coaching is different as it focuses more on the present and future to encourage self development.
What happens during a coaching session?
After the initial consultation phone call, the first session will start off with getting to know you, where you can talk freely and explore what brought you to coaching. We will identify what you would like to work on and I may ask questions, such as what you want to achieve, what you are finding challenging at the moment, and what you would like the future to look like. As the sessions continue, I will also offer support and feedback to help you to stay focused on your goals.