Life Coaching

Why Coaching?

Do you have a goal but no idea how to reach it? Feel like you’re stuck in a rut? Lacking confidence? Feel like there’s more to life but no idea what your next move is? Whether you have a clear goal in mind or you find yourself trying to wade through mental clutter every day, coaching with Anna could be your best self-investment yet. 

People are so often looking outward and are making comparisons, coaching provides a welcome opportunity to pause and look inward. Take stock of what’s working and what may no longer be serving you.

How Does It Work?

Along with establishing goals, you will dig deeper to discover what’s currently preventing you from reaching your goals and subsequently optimal potential. Having a goal is fantastic but figuring out what’s really stopping you from reaching that goal is often where the real personal development occurs.

Anna works with you to explore your mindset, thoughts and feelings that may be in the way of a goal. You would also look at the behaviours, beliefs and values you currently hold and where they stem from.

Over a number of sessions, you would work together with Anna to identify and fine tune a goal and put plans in place to help you achieve your goal.

Anna draws from many different coaching frameworks and psychological theory, such as Cognitive Behavioural Coaching, Person Centered Coaching, Psychodynamic and so on. These approaches are naturally integrated into the client led coaching sessions and have always proved very effective. 

Whether you have a clear goal in mind or not, coaching can help you.

Without action, nothing changes.

Coaching Clients Can Expect Help With The Following:

  • Confidence
  • Work/life balance
  • Enhanced well-being
  • Stress management
  • Productivity
  • More fulfilling life
  • Self-awareness
  • Enhanced relationships
  • Identifying blind spots

The coaching sessions are 60 minutes in length, and typically a client will engage in 4 to 6 sessions.

"Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves. There is no coming to consciousness without pain."
Carl Jung