As we work together to achieve your outcomes, we’ll build an engaging partnership.  One that can be relied upon to hold you with kindness and compassion, support you through each challenge you face, and celebrate your achievements.


Our relationship begins with a consultation.  This 30-minute conversation provides space for us to get to know each other, and share what we both expect from our partnership.  We’ll have time to explore the challenge(s) you’re facing and what you want to achieve.  You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions to learn more about me, and better understand how I can support you.

This is an exploratory session designed to generate enough insight to decide if we’d enjoy working together.  It’s not simply a question of if we could work together.  Instead, it’s about us wanting to build a supportive and engaging partnership.


I’m in it with you, right from the start.  At the beginning of each session, we’ll review your experience to date and discuss your focus for our current conversation.  From there you can expect me to respond to you while keeping you aligned with what you most want.  I’ve worked hard to hear the nuances in your language and even harder to see them in your body language.  Without trying, you’ll share all the information needed to best support you.

As our time together continues, you’ll gain an appreciation of the patterns that exist in your thinking, feelings and behaviour.  You’ll also identify the best approaches to break these down and build a better way forward.  We’ll work at your pace.  Not pushing to move faster than you’re ready for.  Instead we’ll make progress every session, through an approach that’s right for you.  What would you like to explore further?


When it’s time to bring our sessions to a conclusion, that doesn’t need to be the end of our relationship.  You’re welcome to get in contact should you decide to have some additional sessions.  Whether that’s immediately after, or even several months or years down the line.  I’ll also check-in to see how you’re getting on, because sometimes a quick conversation is all that’s needed to keep going.