Claire discovered a lot about herself on the journey she took with her neurodivergent son and received her own dyslexia diagnosis later in life. She has learned to truly value and play to her strengths and, as such, is passionate about supporting neurodifferences in the workplace.
Claire values whole-person and strengths-based coaching approaches to help her clients achieve their full potential. She facilitates space for her clients to reflect, discovers new perspectives, develops strategies, builds confidence and create new opportunities. Claire has a calm, empathetic, and reflective coaching style and uses various coaching tools that complement her clients’ learning styles and development needs.
Prior to setting up her private coaching practice, Claire gained extensive experience in leadership and management roles within large and complex organisations, where coaching became core to her leadership style.
Claire has lots of coaching experience. She has over 8 years of experience coaching individuals to develop personally and professionally. Claire coaches 1:1, tripartite and with teams at all levels up to executive level.
In the 20 years since Claire started her career she has led diverse teams through significant change programmes and cultivated inclusive workplace cultures. Ultimately, her work and life experiences and passions led her to set up her own coaching practice. Claire is also a member of the Board of Trustees at Mind Conwy, a regional charity affiliated to national Mind. She is a certified Mental Health First Aider (MHFAider®) and supports positive wellbeing with her clients.
Claire has lived experience with neurodifferences and mental health.
BA (Hons) Business Enterprise
Certificate in Professional Coaching Practice (ICF)
Member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and UK Chapter
Certificate in Mental Health First Aid (MHFAider®)
Relevant CPD in Clean Language, The Magic of Metaphor, Unconscious Cognitive Biases in our Coaching