Your Midlife Coach
So many changes are taking place at this stage in our lives. It’s a period of transition. Questions about marriage and relationships arise and often remain unanswered. Body image issues, lack of self-confidence, changing goals, feeling irrelevant… and to top it all of menopause, kicks in!
I am an experienced life coach and counsellor, registered with the Australian Counselling Association, and I have close to 20 years’ experience in workshop facilitation, mentoring, and coaching women of all ages. I have also undertaken training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Depending on your personal situation, I can introduce ACT techniques to help identify what is meaningful to you, and together we can create a life in line with your values.
When we work together, you will find my style is very interactive, supportive and most of all, personalised to your particular needs. The aim is for you to feel empowered, providing you with the resilience to face whatever life has in store for you with a deeper understanding and awareness.
It is important that any counselling done is in a safe, non-judgemental space, in order for you to feel completely comfortable as you discover more about who you are, and to develop a keener awareness of the behaviour patterns needed for positive change. This can happen in a number of ways, whichever you are most comfortable with – in face-to-face sessions in my office, over the phone or on Skype.
I coach and mentor many women are going through a wide range of challenges.
- Want to move forward and take on life, but something is holding you back?
- Not sure who you are now, and how you fit in?
- You’re feeling invisible, unnoticed, insignificant?
- Do you need some support through a difficult transition?
- Need support to deal with the Empty Nest?
- Lack the self-esteem and confidence you once had?
- Suffer from body image issues?
- Looking for a mid-life vision or goal?
- Stuck in a stale marriage or relationship and can’t see a way out?
- Going through a divorce or relationship breakdown?
- About to turn 40? 50? 60? Not sure how you feel about that?