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Audaye Elesedy - ICF member | Exeter | Newton Abbot | UK Online

Exeter EX2 & Newton Abbot TQ12
07543 114535 07543 114535

About me


What I offer you is an engaging, attuned, and supportive coaching experience, which allows us to work holistically to co-create your way forward. Embrace a level of confidence, motivation or attitude to meet your personal life, development journey, or career future.

Where do the sessions take place?

I work online using a secure video platform called Zoom, I can use other platforms like Skype or WhatsApp if this is more familiar to you.  Working online is an efficient way of conducting coaching work. It allows us to begin quickly, build a regular pattern of working together and offer more flexible times for working around your other commitments. It also saves a lot of time, carbon, and financial costs on travel.

Sometimes working in person is required, and I do work one-to-one in person at locations in Exeter and Newton Abbot.

Additionally, I offer coaching in local woodlands and natural environments, which is often deeply supporting and transformational for the client.

About Me

I am based in Devon, UK. I've been enjoying the wonderful land and seascapes of this part of the world for over 13 years since parenting became a blessed part of my life.

I enjoy allowing my connection to the land here to nourish and inform me. When I'm not at work in this field I'm developing my interest in the arts and my own artistic work in ceramics.

My history is in a variety of fields from, advocacy, mental health, IT, politics, local broadcasting, environmentalism, and community development. I’ve spent parts of my life in the Middle East, Northern Ireland, East Africa and across the UK, and I’ve managed to maintain something of my Lancashire/Northern accent.

Next steps

If you have any questions about coaching and how I can help you, then you can call or text me on 07543 114535 or click here to send me an email.

Training, qualifications & experience

  • Intuitive Coach Advance programme, Evolution Academy
  • Co-founder of Ecotherapy Exeter
  • Counselling and psychotherapy training at DCCP (Humanistic integrative, predominantly Gestalt)
  • Extensive and intensive training in the Circle of Security Protocol (Attachment, clinical, and neuroscience)
  • Counselling training Stroud College
  • Constellation & Coaching training and CPD with Nowhere (Mackewn), CSC, and Hellinger institute

Continual CPD includes:

  • Leadership
  • Embodiment/ somatic practice
  • Further Coaching Accreditation with ICF
  • Solution Focused
  • Constellation groups
  • Various Therapeutic CPDs including working with DID

I am a member and provide services for the Male Psychology Network. https://www.malepsychology.org.uk

Member organisations


UK International Coach Federation

The International Coach Federation is the professional association for personal and business coaches worldwide.

Coaches can become accredited by the ICF, who have three grades of membership: Associate Certified Coach (ACC), Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and Master Certified Coach (MCC), with the different categories standing for different levels of training and experience. Master Certified Coach's have achieved a substantial level of training and experience.

Members of ICF are accountable to a professional code of ethics.

Other areas of coaching I deal with

  • Eco-therapy
  • Eco-coaching
  • Constellations
  • Family
  • Parental Alienation
  • Men

Photos & videos


Please make contact and we can discuss what will be best to suit your needs.

Further information

Something for the New Year - intentions and goals

"At this beginning of a new year many of us often think of resolutions that are specific. These types of resolutions can be around a desire to change a specific habit or create a new one. And of course changing such specific things can often bring benefits and may also be sustainable, if not at least for a short time. With coaching we have the opportunity to set some deeper and more general and less specific goals which we can call intentions.

Setting an intention over specific goals can be more powerful as the practice of setting an intention is to think about what the desired destination/ goal provides for us, or what our underlying values might be. In this way we are able to connect more closely with what our true heart's desire is or what we feel we need most. For example, with an exploration of the specific goal of 'going on a diet' we may discover something important about what we desire most; is it body shape, fitness, wellbeing, or how we feel about ourselves? What values can we conclude from what we decide here? Who are we with these values? Why are they important to us? What we find out about ourselves and what meanings we make of our discoveries are the kinds of deeper and overt questions we develop in the work of coaching.

With an intention, we allow a level of uncertainty into our plans, to play with in a unique and creative way without becoming overwhelmed. Uncertainty is after all a natural phenomenon of living and life and incorporating it into our coaching process can lead to a powerful alignment of what is possible with such things as our genuine desires, natural gifts, resources, potential, and the creativity that this play with uncertainty can provide. We may not know all the exact steps to take or even if what we wish for now will be the same as what we find we truly desire later in our journey; however, playing with uncertainty in the safe space of the coaching work provides an enriching and deep learning opportunity, and we anchor the uncertainty with an intention.

Opening ourselves up to a deeper exploration can be confronting and challenging - indeed it should be, as the purpose is to break new ground in breaking through old patterns and discovering something new and unique about ourselves as we move forward into something new. Setting an intention in it's own way is a signal of our beginning new personal growth, much like as the seed shell begins to burst to lay down its first root.

Make contact. Good wishes,

What clients have said

“Audaye is an amazing coach. His coaching style is intuitive and empowering. I enjoyed every minute of our sessions and learnt so much about myself. I feel lucky to have been coached by Audaye and can only highly recommend him.” KC – Female client UK

"Audaye is a warm, engaging, supportive and responsive coach who is totally present in the conversation, and as attuned to the other person and to the coaching relationship as he is to their words " LS- Female client

“Audaye is an intuitive coach. He creates space that opens awareness beyond the client’s existing frame of perception. His fluency in inviting the natural world into the coaching conversation expands possibilities and enables holistic alignment with the World.” LF - Female client

“Audaye is very insightful and brings a wide depth of knowledge to his work” SD - Female Client

Newton Abbot
TQ12 1AS


Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair-accessible premises should have step-free access for wheelchair users and individuals who are unable to climb stairs. If a life coach's premises aren't step-free, they may offer alternative services such as telephone/web-based appointments, home visits, or meeting clients in different location, so you can choose the option that suits you best.

You can contact the life coach to discuss the options available.

Under the Equality Act 2010 service providers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments to ensure that individuals with disabilities can access their service. You can read more about reasonable adjustments to help you to access services on the CAB website.

Wheelchair user access Unspecified

Locations can be sought out in Exeter or Newton Abbot if required.


Please see Fees section for details.

Audaye Elesedy - ICF member | Exeter | Newton Abbot | UK Online

Audaye Elesedy - ICF member | Exeter | Newton Abbot | UK Online