Alice is an extremely unique coach in
that she is a young practitioner with extensive coaching knowledge and
a wealth of coaching experience. She is an expert in coaching those in
their 20s and 30s looking to find real meaning in their work and
relationships. She specialises in working with young professionals who
have the frustrating feeling that their current career and life path
is not the right one for them but who feel incredibly trapped and
simply don’t know what to do next. She works closely and creatively
with her clients to really explore what their passions, motivations
and dreams are, what options lie ahead for them, and how to go about
achieving their goals.
In the past, Alice has coached
individuals of all levels working in the legal sector (barristers,
solicitors, clerks), professional services, marketing, learning &
development, the fashion and art industry, and the public sector. She
also has experience of working with those recently made redundant.
Alice is an incredibly supportive and encouraging
coach who confidently uses probing and thought-provoking questions,
tools and exercises to facilitate the individual’s understanding of
their thinking patterns, behaviour, current situation and aspirations.
Her coaching sessions provide a safe and non-judgmental space where
the individual is intently listened to whilst being challenged when
required. She brings positivity and clarity to the session whilst
using humour and an informal approach to get the best from her
clients. Alice is fantastically strong at listening to what her client
wants from coaching and adapting her style accordingly.
background in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, one of Alice’s great
strengths is the ability to identify and challenge distorted
self-perceptions. She has vast experience of helping clients develop
the confidence and self-worth to overcome the negative thinking
patterns and core beliefs holding them back from getting what they
Prior to becoming a
professional coach, Alice studied psychology at degree level, moving
on to train and work as a Probation Officer supporting vulnerable
individuals seeking to change their behaviour. Here she gained
extensive experience in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Motivational
Interviewing and working with the Cycle of Change. She holds a
Certificate in Personal Coaching from The Coaching Academy, and Alice
completed her Masters in Coaching Practice from Oxford Brookes
University in September 2011. As part of this training she has
completed in-depth research into the experience of a ‘quarter-life
crisis’ and how to work effectively when coaching Generation Y.
In addition to the above, Alice also has a comprehensive Marketing
and Communications background within the legal sector and other
practice is regulated via the European Mentoring and Coaching Council
(EMCC), of which she is a member. She continues to develop her
coaching skills by attending CPD accredited events run by the EMCC and
other professional bodies.
Alice is an
active Londoner who enjoys running and cycling along the river in the
sunshine. She is addicted to social networking, spending far too much
time on Facebook and Twitter. She loves going on holiday, wishes she
had a kitten and that she could play tennis better. Alice has a deep
interest in coaching psychology and loves learning about new and
effective ways of motivating clients to reach their full potential.
Her real passion is seeing individuals living their dreams; seeing
that usually gives her goose bumps!
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