PhD in Modern Languages and Cultures, MA in Research German and BA in German and Portuguese
Bex helps neurodivergents and chronically ill people to conquer stress, burn out, overwhelm and disorganisation so that they can get back to being in control of their lives. Harnessing the power of nature, she nurtures clients back to thriving!
Bex supports those with neurodiversity, chronic fatigue and chronic pain to have a better quality of life. She is also LGBTQIA+ and coach people who struggles with their identity are affecting their health, energy levels and zest for life!
Christoffer has built his career in helping people from all walks of life discover, understand and implement best practice changes. He is a coach, facilitator and musician with over 20 years experience in both personal development and group coaching, with qualifications in relational dynamics coaching.
Christoffer has experience in banking, professional services, defence, education, NHS and homelessness. Christoffer has lived experience of neurodivergence, managing long covid and supporting those seeking to destigmatise mental health. Christoffer has long been a proponent of the social model of disability, from his days creating art projects as a form of inclusive activism, touring Europe and South America. Christoffer uses creative tools to facilitate coaching conversations, as well as technology.
Christoffer believes we can all work at our best, but it sometimes requires a mind-set shift and strategies that are a close match with how we think. He also believes we need to be able to navigate and discuss the often unspoken limiting rules, behaviours and environment we may face in today’s workplace. When Christoffer is coaching at his best, he is like a terrier, friendly but rigorous about making sure people know what they are doing and why they are doing it, checking and tweaking to make sure that outcomes are making a difference.
MSc in Psychology
Sarah thrives on helping others to overcome problems so they can succeed, particularly neurodivergent individuals and those with chronic health issues, as she has personal experience in both these areas. She decided to train as a coach after having coaching herself, which helped her to achieve things she’d thought were impossible. Her coaching style is firmly embedded in an evidence-based approach (she gives a serious side-eye to “positive vibes only” messages) as well as a lot of humour.
Sarah has a rich and varied career history, including work across the Tech, Healthcare, and Education sectors. Having had a “later in life” diagnosis of ADHD herself, she is
particularly keen to support recently diagnosed adults and those exploring the possibility of being neurodivergent.