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About me

I support women through divorce. This is one of the most difficult periods of anyone's life and I use my own experience to help others through it. I work gently and carefully with my clients to enable them to get their lives back on track.

After 14 months of marriage, my ex-husband and I separated and eventually divorced. Having survived the emotional turmoil and logistical nightmare this decision requires, I find myself well-positioned to talk to other women who are going through the same thing. My presence is calm and non-judgemental and my clients feel comfortable in my space.

I also volunteer as a counsellor and am training as a psychotherapist so I'm used to holding a space with clients and tackling difficult conversations.

Client testimonials:

"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.”

"I recently had a block of Life Coaching sessions with Rosemary and honestly could not recommend her highly enough to anybody considering exploring life coaching sessions. Rosemary was really easy to engage with right from the start. Her approach to sessions made me feel comfortable and relaxed enough to enable me to open up to her immediately. She helped me to challenge my thought processes and motivate me to try new ways of thinking and doing things. Following my sessions with Rosemary, I am happy to say that I continue to practice and utilise the skills I learnt in the process and feel more confident about making certain decisions."

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'm doing an MA in psychotherapy and counselling at Regent's in London.

Other areas of coaching I deal with

Divorce and family relationships.


I offer the first session for free. If the client then decides she wants to work with me, I let her choose how much she would like to pay me (within a range of £40 to £70 per hour).

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 work Mon - Thurs and can do some evenings if necessary.

Rosemary Pearson

Rosemary Pearson