A BIT ABOUT ME
I am a mother of 3 in my 40s. I am married and live near Sherborne in Dorset. Before raising our family I worked for the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Countryside Alliance and served with the Territorial Army. I have run my own catering business, a national political campaign on rural issues, various fundraising campaigns and farmed our own beef. I recently worked with the charity “Key 4 Life” in the South West, supporting their Emotional Resilience work with young offenders as they left prison. I am a Foundation Governor for Thornford Church of England Primary School.
I enjoy meeting people and am a good listener. I maintain constant discretion and everything I learn or discuss in my coaching sessions remains in my confidence. I have Grade A Foundation and Higher Diplomas in Life Coaching and a Grade A Foundation Diploma in Stress Management. I am accredited to The International College of Holistic Medicine and am an Associate Member of the School of Natural Health Science.
My promise to you as your life coach:
To give you all possible assistance, support, encouragement and guidance to achieving the pre-agreed outcomes and goals.
To challenge you on any false assumptions that may hinder your progress towards your ultimate goals and aspirations.
To share all my knowledge, skills, experience and expertise where appropriate and when required.
To always be completely honest with you.
To conduct all my dealings with you with empathy, honesty, respect, confidentiality and dignity.
To be committed to all agreements made with you and to working with you to the best of my ability.
To conduct myself at all times with accountability and integrity.
Never to release your name as a referee without first receiving your written permission.
To treat information discussed with you or written by you with complete confidentiality. I will not disclose any part thereof to any third party, according to The Date Protection Act 1974, 1988 amendments (excluding necessary disclosure to the police or legal bodies).
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”