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About me

Most of my coaching experience has been around helping clients find direction in their lives post redundancy or a break-up. I work carefully and gently with my clients to help them get their lives back on track. My presence is calm and clients feel comfortable in my space.

I am also happy to discuss career coaching with clients. I understand corporate structures and the dynamics of major organisations having worked as an investment writer in financial services for 10 years.

I also work as a counsellor and am training as a psychotherapist so I'm used to holding a space with clients.

Client testimonial:

"Rosemary is a really good listener. She gave me time to think around my thoughts and articulate how I was feeling. She also picked up on some things I perhaps was less aware of and was able to give me an outside perspective on what I was saying. She is very non-judgmental and that in itself made me realise my own self-criticism!"

"I started Rosemary's life coaching sessions at a pivotal time in my life, I was facing a lot of changes and challenges and each session with her gave me the clarity to deal with things day by day. Rosemary's gentle approach and listening abilities made a huge difference in my life - I have found her to be perceptive, professional and a delight to speak to and look forward to working with her again in the future. I hugely recommend her to anyone.”

Training, qualifications & experience

I trained at Animas and hold their Diploma in Transformational Coaching.

I trained as a counsellor at WPF and hold their Foundation Certificate in Counselling Skills.


I offer the first session for free. If the client then decides they want to work with me I have a range of pricing according to means.

Brixton Castle Co-Working
2-6 Atlantic Road

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the life coach to discuss the options available.

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I can see clients anytime on Wednesday and in the evenings.

Rosemary Pearson

Rosemary Pearson