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MA

About me

My purpose is to facilitate and support wellbeing in individuals, organisations and society and I fulfil this as a wellbeing, resilience and leadership coach. 

I coach in the following areas: 

  • Resilience and wellbeing
  • Digital wellbeing (managing attention, digital habits)
  • Confidence and strengths enhancement
  • Stress reduction
  • Managing burn-out, empathy/compassion-fatigue
  • Living with illness (chronic illnesses, cancer)
  • Motivation and outcomes (goals)

My approach is evidence-based, informed by neuroscience and positive psychology, leading to better congruence, wellbeing,  confidence and decision making. I support clients in better understanding and utilising their strengths and am currently doing a lot of work in the area of stress, burn-out and compassion-fatigue in the health and social care sector.  

I also work with leaders, individually and in organisations on communication, engagement, compassion and a coaching approach. 

I've been a coach since 2013 and complement that with my work as a consultant in staff and organisational wellbeing, strategic values, purpose and social impact, a coach trainer and non-executive director for NHS Scotland and social enterprise, Potential in Me CIC.

  • Member of Association for Coaching UK
  • Member of International Positive Psychology Association

Training, qualifications & experience

  • MA in Applied Coaching, University of Derby, January 2016 - Research - Virtual Coaching
  • Consciously Digital (Digital Wellbeing) Coaching (Sept 21 – April 22)
  • Certified mBIT Coach and mBIT Trainer (neuro-science based, multiple-brain integration techniques) (2105)
  • Ashridge Leadership Live (Oct 21 – Sept 22)
  • Resilience Practitioner (2021) 
  • Clean language interviewing, teams and coaching (2014-2019)
  • Association for Coaching - Certified Coach (2013)
  • Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner (2012)
  • Team Management Certified - TM Profile (1992) and Linking Skills accredited (2012)
  • BA in Linguistics with Japanese and Political Science Minors, San Diego State University, 1988
  • Attended Yokohama National University, Japan  Japanese and political science.  1984-1985

Member organisations

AC

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Other areas of coaching I deal with

Digital Wellbeing (attention, digital habits)

Compassion

Living with illness (chronic illness or cancer)

Fees

Additional information

Upon request

Further information

Please note, there is a friendly Labrador Retriever on the premises.  Whilst she can go to another room, her 'presence' remains everywhere which means not a good idea for those with allergies to dogs.

Edinburgh, EH4

Type of session

In person
Online
Phone

Types of client

Young people
Adults
Older adults
Organisations

Key details

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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Ground-floor, step-free access with step-free WC access

Online platforms

Zoom

Social