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About me

Hello and Welcome,

My name is Kirsty and I work with women that want to work on their personal development.

If you are a female leader, a mum, an entrepreneur, an artist, a working woman or someone who simply wants to do some personal development, you are in the right place.  I'm a confidence coach and offer help with the following:

  • Assertiveness
  • Self-worth
  • Imposter syndrome
  • Perfectionism
  • Comparing yourself to others
  • Motivation

I know what it's like to struggle with the above from my own experience.

I have worked in different industries before training as a Barefoot coach.  My background is as a counsellor in private practice and previously I worked creatively in the TV industry for many years.

When working with you I will use incisive questions, coaching visual tools, Transactional Analysis to help you get clear on what might be holding you back or what resources you already might have (sometimes without realising!) I am passionate about clients feeling more empowered after our work is completed.

I am ICF Accredited Personal and Business Coach.  My work experience is with corporate clients such as Arrow Asset Management and Discovery, as well as career women, mums and small local businesses owners.

Please get in touch today if you would like to arrange to have a conversation about what you are looking for and how I may be able to help.

Training, qualifications & experience

  • Certificate in Personal and Business Coaching - Barefoot Ltd
  • BA Hons in Person-centred Counselling - Middlesex University.
  • Diploma in Person-centred Counselling - Metanoia Institute
  • TA 101 - Ironmill College, Dorset
  • BACP registered and ICF accredited.

Other areas of coaching I deal with

- Work/life balance

- Assertiveness

- Imposter syndrome

- Leadership coaching

- Business Coaching


Mondays to Fridays

Also registered with Counselling Directory.

Aurora House
71-75 Uxbridge Road
W5 5SL

Type of session

In person

Key details

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