About Me

 

As a life coach, I help clients to find a quicker and easier way to get the life they want.

Having a coach enabled me to revisit the limiting beliefs that held me back from achieving what I wanted.  This has boosted my self confidence in a big way.  Although many of my clients are gay men, I am comfortable coaching people irrespective of gender and sexuality.

I grew up in a working class family in Cardiff in the 1970's and attended the local comp. Growing up gay I appreciate how homophobia can impact your self confidence.  I enjoyed my school work and was lucky enough to get a full grant (when they still existed) to study law at university.  I then qualified as a solicitor but my heart wasn’t really in it, so I moved into Human Resources in the private sector.  

Eventually work became unfulfilling; I knew what I didn't but had no idea what I did want to do.  A close friend suggested I hire a coach, who helped me decide what I wanted and how to get it.  I enrolled at the Coaching Academy and am now a qualified coach.

Putting something back into the system I benefited from is really important to me.  I was volunteer Chair of the Sussex Aids Centre Trustees Board, overseeing the merger with Terrence Higgins Trust.  Being a board member of Pride in Brighton & Hove was also hugely rewarding, as I had the opportunity to contribute towards providing LGBTQ+ people with a safe space for at least one day a year.

I am now a volunteer focusing on gay and bisexual men, for men's mental health charity Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM). I am also about to become a young person’s mentor for the Princes Trust.

My mission is to pass on the benefits that I've enjoyed from coaching; working out what you want from life and building your self confidence, so you can achieve it.

If you are interested in how coaching can help you get what you want from life, contact me for a free introductory session.