Nico De Napoli

London Bridge, SE1
London Bridge, SE1

About me

I help individuals gain clarity on how to effect positive and lasting change.

  • Career and life transitions
  • Stress management
  • Resilience
  • Identity
  • Self-confidence

Existential, positive psychology and somatic mindfulness coaching. The mind-body connection is often overlooked in talking therapies, the work being done at a 'head' level only. In my approach, I aim to increase somatic awareness.

My background in music performance, and my struggle with stage fright, made me aware of the mind-body connection and the importance of stress management.

I work with clients in person in London and with people based around the world using Skype, FaceTime and Zoom.

Training, qualifications & experience

I've been running a wellbeing practice since 2008. I trained in the UK and in Asia. Previously, I did translation and teaching work.

ICF Accredited Coaching Diploma
- Cognitive Coaching
- Transactional Analysis
- Cert in Existential Coaching
- Cert in Mindfulness Coaching

Other Training/Qualifications
- Diploma in Yoga Teaching
- Holistic Diploma
- Cert TESOL
- BMus (Hons)
- Dip in Piano Performance

Other areas of coaching I deal with

Other areas include self-identity, body image, addictive behaviours, sexuality and gay life issues. My clients are people of all orientations and from all walks of life.

A frequently asked question: What is the difference between a coach and a counsellor or psychotherapist? A general answer to this question is that while psychotherapy tends to focus on the past, coaching helps you get from where you are to where you want to be. My person-centred approach, however, allows for deeper self-exploration, if and when needed.

Further information

You can buy 6 or 12 sessions.

Get in touch to arrange a free phone consultation to establish what your goals are and whether we can work together.

London Bridge

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

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