I have a wide range of experience. Prior to training as a coach, I worked in a variety of different sectors. I’m a physiotherapist with 20+ years experience in the NHS: neurological rehabilitation, community rehab, union representation and, most recently, occupational health. Before that, I worked administrative private banking roles in the City of London, working through three mergers. I’ve also been an Assistant Manager at McDonalds, as well as taking on a number of part time jobs in bars and restaurants.
This goes for my personal life just as much as my working life. It has led to me seeking enlightenment – both in terms of my history and future – through counselling and coaching. As part of this journey, I decided to train as a Life Coach with the Jay Shetty Certification School.
This empowered me to take control of my life and start doing the things I wanted to do, rather than what I thought other people wanted. Since then, I have developed a new sense of self belief and confidence which has opened up my world to new people and new adventures. My many years working as a physiotherapist have shown me the importance of self belief and empowerment when dealing with, and overcoming, adversity. This ethos is just as important in my work as a coach