Jane Milne

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Stirling, Stirlingshire, FK8
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About me

Hi, I'm Jane. I work with women who are struggling to make the changes they want to make, who are feeling stuck, whose self-care has taken a nose-dive, who've lost their mojo, who desperately want to break negative habits and stick with positive ones, or who are lacking the confidence they need to move forward and live their lives in a much better way.

The first, and most important, thing I provide you with is a supportive and compassionate space where you can talk things through and feel properly heard, understood and valued.  Then we'll work together on breaking the bad and creating good wellbeing and lifestyle habits - very much with your particular life circumstances in mind.  We'll do that by first of all making sure we both have an accurate picture of where your self-care and general wellbeing is at. Then we'll work together to form strategies that will help you make the changes you want and need to make, help you feel less tangled, feel generally healthier and you'll learn how to be much more compassionate to yourself.  I'll hold you accountable while you do the work so that you feel much more likely to stick with each new step you want to take. You'll start to feel more accepting of yourself, more empowered and less controlled by your negative inner voice and what other people expect of you.

Why Choose Me?

After many years of helping and supporting people (both personally and professionally) in many different ways I became aware that many women don't feel that counselling is the right fit for them. They do, however, feel like they'd benefit from some form of support from someone who can help them to see things more clearly and help them to make positive changes by holding them accountable and cheerleading them through the process.

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 and like themselves better, so that they can take more control and live their lives more positively.

All one to one sessions are held on the phone or by Zoom. I also use the likes of What's App, Google Sheets and a private Facebook group to keep in more regular contact and help with your accountability and 'cementing' of habits. I  have a flexible way of working and try very hard to ensure that the coaching approach I take is the best one for your particular needs.

Do get in touch if you think I could help you with some unpacking, untangling, improving your wellbeing and moving forward with your life in a much better way. 

Our first chat is free with no obligation, providing an opportunity for me to learn a little more about what you’re dealing with and the changes you'd like to make. In turn, you can ask me about how I work and - if it feels like we’re a good fit - we can take it from there.

Really looking forward to hearing from you.


Training, qualifications & experience

Relevant Qualifications

As well as being a Wellbeing Coach (Raw Horizons Wellbeing Life Coaching Certificate - accredited by the NHS), I'm a qualified Bereavement counsellor and have various certificates in other forms of counselling skills. For me, however, much more important than the certificates on a coach's wall is the skill, ability, empathy, compassion and understanding that has evolved (and still evolves) from our own life experiences and learnings.

Beyond the certificates

Amongst other things - I'm an ultra runner, I'm a writer, I've been a Samaritan, a Race Director, a Medical Rep, a Hygiene Consultant, a hospice volunteer, 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 improved thanks to my nutrition and lifestyle regime, but I'm delighted they have - 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 walk, I love to cycle, I love to run, I love to sing, I practice yoga, I keep myself strong, I've published one little book, 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 (AC)

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£55.00 per session
Free initial telephone session

Additional information

£55.00 per session as a benchmark- but I do like to tailor the support I offer to each individual client's needs.

For example: some clients (especially those with a lot to untangle) benefit from weekly or fortnightly one to one sessions; some benefit more from monthly one to one sessions with regular contact in between via What's App; some benefit from a daily 'accountability sheet' that we both have access to; and some might benefit from a way of working that I've not used with any other clients as yet. Fees will always be adjusted and agreed accordingly.

The benefit of working with so many wonderful women is that I too am always learning and always looking for ways to improve or enhance my own coaching practice.

When I work

Morning, afternoon and evening availability.

Further information


My 'Self-Care Start to the Year' course has just finished and I just loved working online with a really lovely bunch of women. Watch this space for upcoming dates for a similar course - then come join me for a few weeks while you look after the most important person in your life - you.


I often use writing exercises to help my clients during the coaching process. It's usually the clients who say 'But I can't write!' who benefit the most from this. It's not about being creative, and its certainly not dependent on having good spelling or grammar - this form of writing therapy is solely about helping you make sense of those jumbled thoughts and negative inner voices.

Forming one or two writing habits - whether that means journalling, writing lists, or a five minute mind dump - give you effective untangling tools. Your notebook might even, one day, become your powerful pocket therapist...


Stirling, Stirlingshire, FK8

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