Jane Milne

Stirling, Stirlingshire, FK8
Stirling, Stirlingshire, FK8

About me

How I can help you

I provide (either face to face or by phone) a compassionate and supportive space for you to talk things through, feel heard and valued, untangle, become unstuck and make the changes you need to make to improve either something specific in your life or your general wellbeing.

Why Choose Me and Why Coaching?

After many years of helping and supporting people (both personally and professionally) in many different ways, I eventually nestled into a role that I love as a women's Wellbeing Coach.

Originally I established 'The Peloton' as a platform for bringing women together in facilitated and supportive conversation groups, providing a much-needed space for women to sit in a respectful, confidential space to talk and feel heard. I was asked early on if I could also provide one to one support, which I did, but wasn't quite sure how to frame what I was doing as I didn't want to move back towards traditional professional counselling. I was aware that many women don't feel that counselling is the right fit for them, but they did acknowledge that they would benefit from some form of support, and I was keen to provide that missing link.

So, I combine the counselling skills I have - in helping women feel valued, heard and understood - with the coaching skills I've acquired, in helping women improve different aspects of their general wellbeing, sit better with their stresses, uncover their inner strengths and make positive life changes. My aim is to help women feel more settled within themselves, more 'well', so that they can live their lives better.

Training, qualifications & experience

Relevant Qualifications

I hold the COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills, Certificate in Bereavement Counselling, Year one of Post Graduate Diploma in Person Centred Counselling and the Raw Horizons Wellbeing Life Coaching Certificate.

As well as being a Wellbeing Coach, I'm a qualified active listener and bereavement counsellor and have various certificates in other forms of counselling skills. I, however, don't hold much sway for certificates. For me, much more important than the certificates on a coach's wall is their skills, abilities, empathy and understanding that has evolved (and still evolves) from our own life experiences and learnings.

Beyond the certificates

I'm a proud mum to three lovely humans, I was heart-broken by the sudden death of my dad, I married my best pal from school,  I'm daughter and chief support to my elderly mum, I've been touched by suicide, I'm a sister, I'm a friend who treasures her friends, I've worked through friendship ties breaking when they no longer serve me or my friends, I've been a Samaritan, a Race Director, a Medical Rep, a Hygiene Consultant, a hospice receptionist, a Company Director, a Breast Cancer Care co-ordinator and a music therapist (of sorts, I can't read a note!)

I'm menopausal but now almost symptom-free - I don't have scientific evidence to prove that my hot flushes and insomnia disappeared thanks to my nutrition and lifestyle regime, but I'm delighted they've gone - and I'm always happy to share what seems to have worked for me.

I'm a Women V Cancer fundraiser and awareness-raiser, I'm passionate about equality and inclusion, I love to cycle, I love to run, I love to sing, I practice yoga, I've published one little book, I love to write, I'm a poet of sorts and I have more than a passing interest in creating a society that puts its mental and emotional wellbeing on a par with its physical.

Member organisations


Association for Coaching

The Association for Coaching is one of the leading professional bodies for Coaches and Organisations.

The Association is made up of a number of different membership categories, e.g. Associate Member (AMAC), Member (MAC), Accredited Member (AC Accred), with the different categories standing for different levels of training and experience. Accredited Members have achieved a substantial level of training and experience approved by the Association.

The Association has a Code of Ethics & Good Practice and a Complaints Procedure.


£45.00 per one hour session

£240.00 per commitment to six sessions

Further information

I recently carried out a 'Wellbeing' survey to provide some insights into what really impacts on a woman's wellbeing.

You can read about it here: https://medium.com/@janeym123/womens-wellbeing-a-few-insights-and-how-coaching-can-help-8643e88ef0b1


Type of session

Face to face life coaching
Online life coaching
Telephone life coaching
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
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 No


Morning, afternoon and evening availability.


Jane Milne

Jane Milne