Strengths based coaching

As a Chartered Psychologist, I have to make sure that I only use tools that are based on excellent research so I don’t give recommendations lightly. So when I went to be trained how to use Strengthscope, I was sceptical and wanted to know a lot about how it works, why it works and what the scientific basis was. And I have been hugely impressed on all counts. In particular, it shows how to shift your mindset to a place where you spend more time playing to your strengths rather than beating yourself up about weaknesses.

I do realise this could sound rather woolly, but I have seen spectacular results from the strengths approach which are arise from the individual finding resources in themselves they never realised they had. I have benefited from this approach to coaching myself so know personally the value it can bring.

How does it work?

We have a chat on Skype, Google Hangout, FaceTime or WhatsApp or …  and establish what it is you want to work on. I’m really experienced at quickly establishing a rapport and finding a place to start. If there is something we might work on together, we can figure out the best way to do it together. I work in many different ways and can usually find a way to accommodate the way people want to work – and what they can afford. After our first chat, ideally we will have a session face to face and then we can use the phone or video calls.

Why not drop me a brief note using this form and we can take it from there.