Maybe you’ve reached a crossroads in life and aren’t sure which direction to take? Perhaps you’re considering a career change, but are being held back by a lack of confidence or self-belief?

This is where working with a Coach may help.

Coaching is a partnership which aims to inspire people to reach their personal and/or professional potential.

What’s the difference between Coaching and Therapy?

Therapy is usually focused on helping clients to understand a particular problem.

In comparison, Coaching is about identifying a problem, or a goal/need, and exploring the ways in which the coachee can address the problem through actionable steps.

The Coach will not explore an individual’s problems in-depth, but they will work collaboratively with the coachee to help them gain clarity about the goal they want to achieve and how they plan to achieve it.

I am currently undertaking training as a Coach, and as part of my training I’m looking to offer 3 FREE online coaching sessions* to individuals who want to get clearer on their goals and start putting their plans into action!

If you’re interested and would like to find out more then please contact me.

Jo Robinson Psychologist and Coach

* Offer ends 31st August 2020. After the three sessions, if further sessions are requested these will be at a cost of £50 per session.