Christine is an experienced workplace strategy coach who has worked as an associate coach for GW for the last 7 years.
Christine is experienced in working with a wide range of neurodiverse conditions in the workplace and she enjoys helping people to recognise their own strengths and abilities, to have a belief in themselves and to work towards and have the confidence to achieve their desired goals. Having spent many years working in the public and voluntary sectors she has a special interest in these areas.
Christine worked for many years in the public sector as a general and psychiatric nurse in her early career, later advocating for looked after children and managing a number of services in homelessness prevention, including supported lodgings for 16-24-year-old, Floating support services and ex-offender services. She has also had her own business for many years
She works creatively with a range of skills/resources and has particular interest in clean language, metaphor and embodiment, Using, these skills she will help you to pinpoint often small changes that can make a big difference, as well as helping you to identify ways that your workplace may be able to support you.
Christine has a number of neurodivergent close family members and has developed her own personal strategies following a head injury and ME diagnosis. She likes to work in a relaxed way where her clients are encouraged to and welcomed to bring their authentic selves to each coaching session.
Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) Level 5 Diploma in Professional Coaching and Mentoring
State Enrolled Nurse (SEN) General & Psychiatric
Master Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner
Clean Language Facilitator