MSc in Coaching Counselling. MBACP Integrative Coach Counsellor
Angie has been working within organisations and in private practice since 2011. She has a client base that includes a broad spectrum of roles from interns to CEOs, young adults and primary caregivers.
Angie felt early on in her life that neurodivergence prevented her from career success through traditional roles. She found her own path through being self-employed and contracting role. She has lived and worked in Hong Kong, Paris and London. With a high travel burden, she learned the importance of vocalising sensory sensitivities, literally marking her own spatial boundaries. Her experience has taught her how to be her own best advocate, to be practical about what she needs and this is a skill she can share with her clients. Angie believes her experiences have taught her the power of setting goals and overcoming barriers.
When Angie is coaching at her best, she is doing less, and creating space for her clients to think things through from multiple perspectives.
Angie places her client’s experience at the centre of the coaching, and holds them in unconditional positive regard, from where they can focus on their strengths, like shining a light on hidden resources. This spotlight allows her clients to overcome unhelpful thinking that may be blocking their progress. Angie’s clients achieve sustainable change.
MSc in coaching counselling
Accredited Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling and Coaching
Advanced Diploma in Coaching approved by the British Psychological Society and accredited by the Association for Coaching
Advanced Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Certificate in Stress Management Wellbeing and Performance Coaching approved by the British Psychological Society
Accredited by the Associate for Coaching (AC) as an Executive Coach
Member of the British Association of Counselling Psychotherapy (MBACP)