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About me

I have a lot of experience coaching and supporting people.

So if you need some help with any of the below, especially during this uncertain and complex time do get in touch :

  • Stress and anxiety management
  • Work/life balance and home working
  • Positive thinking
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Personal values and direction
  • Careers coaching and progression
  • Procrastination
  • Woman in work
  • Mid-career change
  • Redundancy planning.
  • Transition and change management
  • Support home working
  • Goal setting and gaining clarity
  • Personal Development
  • Confidence building
  • Assertive communication.
  • Happiness and fulfilment
  • Reframing negative thoughts and processes
  • Maximising your potential

Recommendation from a recent clients:

“I came to Loretta as I was looking to rebuild by confidence in s number of areas in my life. In particular to find out what went wrong during my previous job which I had quit due to a near-burnout. Through working with Loretta, I was able to understand and work through several issues, and therefore regained my confidence. During subsequent job interviews, I was confident in discussing my strengths and weaknesses and emphasising my transferable skills. I've now secured my dream job (and a better salary) — something which I would not have been able to do without our coaching sessions. I would highly recommend Loretta as a coach for professionals who are keen to maximise their potential to achieve a happier and more fulfilled life.” Eva

I highly recommend Loretta as a coach whether for personal development, focus, finding personal clarity on your life goals or for business coaching. With Loretta you will be given the support, focus and the guiding hand you need to get you well and truly on your way. I'm incredibly grateful to Loretta for all the skills, support and coaching I was givenLynne Hunter 

I had a big book deadline and I was really struggling. To be honest, I had stuck my head in the sand. I credit hitting that deadline to the sessions I had with Loretta. She helped me deal with my procrastination and also with diary planning and organisation. I wouldn't have got the book done without her. Vicky Allen 

Do get to touch I’d love to hear from you Loretta

Training, qualifications & experience

BSC Psychology -Stirling University

Mindfulness Behavioural Cognitive Therapy training -Edinburgh University

Certified Wellness life coach trainer -Raw Horizons training academy

Member organisations


Association for Coaching (AC)

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Other areas of coaching I deal with

Home working

Reframing negative thoughts




From £45.00 to £90.00
Free initial in-person, telephone or online session

Additional information

First consultation free

I offer the first 8 sessions at a discounted rate of £320

Individual sessions range from £45- £90. Get in touch to see which rate you qualify for. 

When I work

Weekends and evening sessions offered as well as daytime sessions.

Further information

Please email you to set up an initial session; we’ll talk about what you want to get out of coaching; then if you are happy to continue we’ll set up a second session this can be either weekly or fortnightly.

2 Chester Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH3 7RA

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Key details

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Loretta Windsor-Mackenzie

Loretta Windsor-Mackenzie