I am a certified solution-focused coach, a coach-mentor and a trainer for Erickson Coaching International's global coach training program. I hold a PCC (Professional Certified Coach) credential from the International Coaching Federation, in addition to an honours Bachelor's degree in Journalism & Visual Media, as well as a Master's degree in International Human Rights Law. I am also a husband, an uncle, a lover of music - and an autistic.
Through coaching, I have been able to develop tools, techniques and strategies to leverage my own unique 'Operating System', so I can not only play to my unique strengths - but help others to the same! People's diversity (especially neurodiversity) is their strength - how they can make a true difference. I am all about helping people make a difference - in their own lives, and in the lives of others. I am passionate about making coaching tools and techniques accessible and applicable to all.
Whether it's delivering workshops, coaching one-on-one, or working with teams, organisations or business leaders, I aim to not simply coach, but to empower people to infuse their conversations and work with simple but effective techniques that create positive, meaningful change. I know the challenges of going through life with what feels like a 'buggy' operating-system, through the veil of mental health challenges, and surrounded by 'noise'.
When working with people who are neurodivergent, I will aim to create a safe, knowing and trusting space, adapting to your unique needs, that is also joyful and motivating. If you're curious, feel free to contact me for a lovely chat, and we'll take it from there! :)
If you'd like to learn a little more about me, feel free to explore the following links!
Cancellation Policy: Life happens! Each day is different, and some days may not be right for coaching. To honour this, I ask for at least 24 hours' notice to either cancel or reschedule, with a minimum of 12 hours without being charged.