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Types of coaching

If you’re feeling stuck, lost or just not your usual self, you’re not alone. We all have times in our lives when we feel unfulfilled. You know something needs to change - perhaps you know what that is, perhaps you’re not so sure. Either way, coaching can help clear a path and guide you to your true potential.

Here we explore some of the areas a coach can help you with, whether it’s conquering self-doubt, navigating a career transition or managing stress levels. Learn more about types of coaching and what they could offer you.

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ADHD

ADHD coaching can help those with ADHD feel less overwhelmed, improve organisational skills and work towards goals in a supported way. Read more

Anxiety

Almost all of us know how it feels to be anxious. It’s that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach, the fizzy feeling in your hands or the heaviness in your chest... Read more

Business coaching

Business coaching looks to help business owners and their teams thrive. Supporting both the working on your business (putting plans and strategies in place) and in your business... Read more

Career coaching

The aim of career coaching is to help you understand what you want, the skills you need and how you can develop. A career coach will support you in making these initial steps... Read more

Confidence

When we are confident and believe in ourselves, we feel more able to take risks and do the things that scare us. We don't mean risks like jumping out of a plane here (unless... Read more

Creative coaching

Creativity is all about thinking in new and different ways. It often involves storytelling and expressing emotion, which is what we tend to see from writers, artists and... Read more

Depression

Many of us will feel down from time to time. It’s a normal part of life and a part of what makes us human. But, for some, feeling down can turn into something more. It can... Read more

Dyslexia

All of us are uniquely different, and this includes the way we think, learn and see the world. Dyslexia is a learning difference that can impact our education, career and everyday... Read more

Family

Life coaches understand that every family has its problems, whether those problems are as commonplace as not knowing how to deal with difficult teenage behaviour, or as complex... Read more

Finances

How are your finances looking right now? Some will be able to answer this without hesitation, others may shrug their shoulders, unsure. While a lot of us may dismiss the idea that... Read more

Health coaching

Living a healthy, happy life is something many of us want to achieve, but what does it mean to live healthily? Generally, it refers to the practices we use and the choices we... Read more

Personal development

Personal development focuses on increasing your self-awareness, looking at life goals, personal challenges and long-standing aspirations. Personal development coaching aims to... Read more

Redundancy coaching

Being made redundant, or facing redundancy can be an extremely difficult time. Not knowing what the future holds following the end of your current employment is a worrying... Read more

Relationships

Relationship coaching can help address problems in a range of relationships, including our relationships with romantic partners, friends and work colleagues.  Read more

Retirement

On average, in the UK we work for 3,507 days in our lifetime. It’s no surprise then that, after all that work, retirement can feel like a much welcome rest. For many of us... Read more

Spirituality

Many people think the term spirituality relates to religion only, but it doesn't have to. For some people, exploring their spirituality simply means exploring their higher... Read more

Wellness coaching

What does it mean to be truly well? As the health and wellness sector continues to grow, more of us are realising that we don’t have to put up with niggling concerns... Read more

Work/life balance

Having a good work/life balance gives us time to de-stress, socialise, build meaningful relationships, make memories and, most importantly, relax. Here we look at what work/life... Read more