MA Honours in Psychology
Anna is keen to use her coaching skills to improve people’s wellbeing at work and help create more inclusive communities for neurodiverse individuals.
Clients have described Anna’s coaching as non-judgemental, authentic and honest. Her warmth and empathy enable her to quickly build relationships of trust. Coaching approaches which resonate most for Anna are embedded in the whole person, mindfulness, reflection and being in the moment. She is guided by coaching principles, which enable her to respond with creativity and flexibility. She designs with clients how they will work together. Anna regularly reflects on her own practice and is committed to further developing her skills and expertise.
- Practitioner Diploma in Executive Coaching – Academy of Executive Coaching
- MA Honours in Psychology (First Class) – University of St Andrews
- Member of the Association for Business Psychology (NorthWest Committee Member since 2015)
Anna completed her practitioner diploma and qualified as a coach in October 2019 having spent 15 years working in local government.
As a change management specialist, she facilitated managers and teams to design and deliver transformation projects. She worked closely with the NHS and voluntary sector and has in depth knowledge of how organisations work and different approaches to improvement, change and transformation. She has also been Chair of Trustees and a Director for a charity. This helps her understand work-related topics that clients may bring to coaching.
Anna’s experiences of learning to manage her own work-related stress give her great insight and empathy into some of the issues her clients may face. Anna has experience of Asperger’s Syndrome in her family.