How I can help
With my coaching, guidance, and leadership I support you to re-motivate and re-energise yourself, enabling you to get back on track and achieve real fulfilment and joy in your life.
As a Midlife and Menopause Coach, I support you to implement and sustain behaviour and lifestyle changes that contribute to achieving your personal health and lifestyle goals.
Without wellbeing, life will almost certainly at least be a struggle, at best be simply ‘ok’ – and life is too precious and too short for that.
What Is Wellbeing?
Wellbeing can be defined as health, happiness, and success. However, these terms are very subjective in their meaning and have a different truth for every person.
A more objective definition is that overall wellbeing is a state in which every individual realises his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.
Why do you need a Coach?
In the last 50 years, studies have shown that we have not improved our happiness or overall wellbeing. As more and more people deal with stress, low energy, overwhelm, frustration, and self-doubt they are now turning to positive ways to overcome such pressures. Enter the role of a wellbeing coach: to re-motivate, re-inspire, re-energise and help people to get back on track and more out of life.
As a Certified Strategic Intervention Coach, I am here to guide you towards a clearer understanding of your issues or concerns, to help you to reframe and re-interpret, to look forward to your aspirations and the goals you wish to achieve, and to inspire the necessary changes in your behaviour to ensure the realisation of those objectives and desires.
“Emma really helped and empowered me to make changes in my lifestyle and how I looked after myself.
She educated me about ways in which I could address my mindset, my daily habits, and my healthy routines.
Emma is passionate about what she does, helping others to discover true health and happiness by holding them accountable so that you can proactively manage their future.”