Carley Sime

London, EC4Y

About me

Coaching - whether it’s corporate, career or life coaching - is personal work because we bring ourselves to everything we do. I have the utmost respect for that. Working with integrity and honesty while prioritising the development of trust between my clients and myself is at the core of what I do.

In my experience, genuine growth and change is achievable when three things fall into place. The first is when a person knows who they are. The second is when a person knows what they truly want - not what they think they want - and understands what has been preventing them from getting there. The third is when they are able to generate the belief, momentum and clarity that will get them there.

A coaching conversation offers a space that is yours. It can be a place for the development of personal insight. A place to find some order in the chaos of life. A place to better understand yourself. A place to figure out where you’re going and why. A place to plan how to get there.

As a coach, my priority and hope is that the coaching space will be one where you feel able to reflect and develop your self-understanding in whatever way is most helpful. A space where you feel supported and encouraged if times are challenging. A space where you can feel excited and energised by the possibilities ahead of you and plans you want to put in place. Ultimately, the coaching space is one where you can explore your life, yourself, your career and your narrative and get to grips with where you’d like to head and what you need to do to get there.

I am an integrative practitioner so I will bring in tools, techniques, research and theory from a range of areas. I’ll always ask that you provide the content and the direction of the work we do and in turn I will fit anything I bring into the space to facilitate our work together to your desired outcome.

Training, qualifications & experience

I have a BSc (Hons) in Psychology, an MSc in Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology and PGDip in Counselling and Coaching. I am a published researcher and I have over 7 year’s experience in the voluntary sector as well as clinical mental health services and corporate wellbeing coaching and consultancy. I’ve worked as a psychotherapist within the NHS and also within low-cost private psychotherapy services too. I currently work as a coach, psychotherapist and consultant in Central London.

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My fees start at £60 per session

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Carley Sime

Carley Sime