Case Studies

Names and other discriminating identifiers have been changed to protect client confidentiality.

'Tracy'

Self-employed 'Tracy' contacted me for assistance in working out how to generate more work in her field of experteze.
Tracey committed to a programme of 6 sessions. I coached her to expand her horizons and open new business opportunities.  During these session Tracy addressed her limiting beliefs and recognised the importance of pursuing her own creative work along side her professional work.  She confronted her fear of rejection and gained the confidence to enter uncomfortable business situations to win the contracts she needed. At the end of the programme she had a plan of action that was targetted at her priorities while at the same time reserving space for her to express her creative talents.

'Karen'

Karen approached me because she was having difficulty being taken seriously at work. My initial impression was that Karen was an attractive, jolly person with a strong CV. We started off by establishing some career goals and my assessment was that they seemed clear and attainable.

However, in our third session Karen broke down and it became clear that her pleasant demeanour was a cover for a myriad of concerns about her inadequacies. For the remaining sessions her professonal career was rarely mentioned as we focussed on some of the deeper, personal causes for her insecurity.

'Dave'

Dave was one of my first personal training clients.  He refused to make the effort to walk 10mins to the gym though he had no problem exercising for 2 hours at a time.

His diet needed some attention though he reluctant to address it at first. He knew that he needed to reduce fat and take plenty of carbs onboard (he was eating at least 8 portions of fruit and veg each day) but his lack of protein was only partially compensating for his relatively high alcohol intake.

I helped him rebalance his exercise routine by reducing his (rather frantic) cardiovascular work and increasing his resistance training.  I also gave him some tactics for reducing, though not eliminating, his alcohol intake.

Dave has lost a couple of stone, though he still refuses to go to the gym.

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