Would you like help to land your dream job, or perform better in the one you already have?
Genius Within has a team of over 130 expert coaches, qualified to ILM Level 5 or above. All of our coaches have experience in supporting neurominorities in the workplace as 43% many of them identify as neurodiverse/neurodivergent themselves and 62% identify as disabled.
Understanding what you need, coupled with our evidence based approach, and consistent results, have made us leaders in our industry
All the coaches listed below are available to book for online sessions, at a time that suits you.
- Sessions last a minimum of 1 hour
- We recommend a minimum of 3 sessions for maximum benefit
- Online coaching is available – you just need access to a device with a microphone, camera and internet connection
You can choose from a wide selection of our experienced coaches, and now you can book your session with them directly – just by clicking on the photos below and completing the form. Read about each coach and find more out about their specialisms and qualifications and book with your coach today!
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You can choose from a wide selection of our experienced coaches, just click on the profiles below to learn more about their specialisms and qualifications.
Rachel’s coaching is grounded in the belief that we often have more influence over our situation than we realise; that given the right balance of challenge, support, and ‘thinking space’, we can achieve more than we initially think possible.
Rachel has ten years and 500+ hours coaching experience, primarily in large and complex public and private sector organisations. Rachel works with a wide range of individuals, from students and early-career potential to senior leaders.
Rachel is positive about the value of neurodivergent thinking and has lived experience of autism, ADHD, dyspraxia, and epilepsy.
Rachel is a qualified Executive Coach and currently studying for a PGCert in Autism.
Gilda has an intensive coaching background and has worked with Genius Within for many years. In her private practice, she supports clients with Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and attention challenges to overcome their issues and unfold their talents. She brings together a wide range of coaching and mentoring skills, with mindfulness practice and experience.
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.
MSc in Occupational Psychology and ILM Level 5 Coaching and Mentoring (on going)
Katie has over a decade of experience supporting Neurodiverse adults across a variety of sectors, job roles, and levels of business. Coming from a background in Psychology, Katie specialises in supporting Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, and Autism and works creatively with her clients using a variety of resources, strategies, and skills.
She uses a strength-based approach and treats her clients as equals helping them to achieve what working at their best feels like. She coaches in the way the client needs, adapting where she needs to for the client. She has a bespoke approach based on the needs of the individual and believes with the right coaching that each client has the key inside to unlocking their true potential.
Katie’s soothing, welcoming, and compassionate approach as well as her sense of humour make her coaching sessions relaxed and enjoyable for her clients.
MSc in Career Management and Coaching
Sarah is an experienced career coach, who specialises in bringing awareness to dyslexia, and helping dyslexic clients flourish in the workplace.
Despite being discouraged on the grounds of her own dyslexia, she studied English and French at University, successfully completing a Masters in the former. In so doing, she proved the naysayers wrong but also came into direct contact with the negative attitudes dyslexic people face during their education and at work.
Early in her career, Sarah discovered a love of helping people achieve personal and professional growth. Consequently, she moved into HR, studying a CIPD qualification in HR Management and then an MSC in Organisational Psychology. She is currently completing her CIPD in Learning and Development and is also a Coaching Supervisor.
Heather discovered her passion for helping people achieve their potential through coaching whilst managing large teams during her 20-year IT career. She found helping others with their personal development hugely rewarding so she followed her passion and became a full time coach. Her clients tell her that she builds trust quickly and helps them see things differently, without judgement. She finds it hugely rewarding to support people with neurodiverse conditions to grow and thrive at work, by helping them to discover their strengths and feel empowered to improve their workplace experience.
Sarah is passionate about developing people to be the best they can be. She is a highly experienced and enthusiastic mentor, coach, facilitator and workplace needs assessor. With extensive experience of working with neurominorities, and in the fields of mental health and social isolation. Sarah has a particular interest in supporting and enabling those most vulnerable to make the most of their abilities by understanding their unique qualities and strengths. She is highly adaptable and experienced in working in a variety of environments and applying various styles to best meet the needs of my clients. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach for Sarah.