A Genius Coach
About A Genius Coach
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MSc in Coaching Counselling. MBACP Integrative Coach Counsellor
Angie has a Master’s in Coaching and is an accredited Executive Coach and Trainer.
Angie felt early on in her life that neurodivergence prevented her from career success through traditional roles. She found her own path through being self-employed and contracting role. She has lived and worked in Hong Kong, Paris and London. With a high travel burden, she learned the importance of vocalising sensory sensitivities, literally marking her own spatial boundaries. Her experience has taught her how to be her own best advocate, to be practical about what she needs and this is a skill she can share with her clients. Angie believes her experiences have taught her the power of setting goals and overcoming barriers.
Benjamin has over a decade of experience coaching adults and teams within a variety and range of sectors, occupations and experience levels.
He is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coaching Federation and a Mental Health First Aider.
Prior to moving into full-time coaching Benjamin spent twenty years within various marketing communications roles in the UK and Australia.
As a coach his work involves everyday individuals, rising stars, senior managers and board-level directors across a range of commercial, government, not-for-profit, creative and technical sectors.
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!
Caroline supports clients in understanding and celebrating their neurodivergent ways of being in the world, in connecting with their purpose and gaining clarity around their strengths and challenges. She works with neurodivergent business leaders, managers, entrepreneurs and creatives who have been ‘diagnosed’ or self-identify as neurodivergent and want to understand how it has impacted them historically, currently and how it can inform their path forward.
Caroline has worked as an associate coach for Genius Within since 2013, which is before discovering the extent of neurodivergence in her own family. Funnily enough she was always drawn to the idea of unusual and original minds!
Caroline is a Chartered Psychologist with over 25 years’ experience working in a range of private, public and third sector organisations. Over the years she has coached at all levels and different stages of careers. She also currently lectures on the Industrial and Work Psychology MSc programme at the University of Hertfordshire.
Caroline is passionate about supporting neurodifferences in the workplace and the higher education sector. She uses a strengths-based approach in all her coaching to help clients identify their and achieve their full potential. When she is coaching at her best, she is using active listening to get to the heart of what they want. Caroline thrives on facilitating her clients to see their clear way forward.
Chris is an experienced workplace strategies coach, specialising in coaching adults with a wide range of neurodiverse conditions and other differences. He is a practiced trainer, and a Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician. Chris is passionate about professional development and supporting others to make their working lives easier.
Christine is passionate about people having confidence and a belief in themselves to live the life that they would like. She enjoys helping others to recognise their own strengths and abilities, to have a belief in themselves and to work towards their goals. Having spent so many years working in the voluntary sector she has a special interest in this area.