About

Paula has over 20 years experience working in the private, education and mental health sectors. During this time, she completed a degree in Psychology and developed a special interest in the Cognitive Approach of explaining why we behave the way we do and how this approach can be applied to empowering a person, in particular through Cognitive Behavioural Coaching.

 

She has completed the following courses in:

  • Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Coaching

  • Certificate in Stress and Performance Management

  • Parenting Coaching

  • Systemic Coaching

  • Taking Coaching Conversations Outdoors 

  • Leading a Coaching School for Senior Leaders 

 

Paula is interested in how thoughts can influence behaviour both positively and negatively. Specifically, other people's actions and the impact they have on their own personal situation. She realised that this affected every area of people's lives including, relationships (partners, children, parents, siblings, friends and colleagues); career (promotion; new job; new career; going back to work, meeting targets) and more importantly, life's milestones (puberty, new parents, empty nest syndrome, menopause, exams, new job, marriage, separation, divorce).

 

By employing Cognitive Behavioural Coaching techniques, Paula will show you how core beliefs can influence your decision-making, resulting in varied perception and coping mechanisms in current, new or old situations. Within her own experiences Paula found that managing her own thoughts resulted in reduced physical reactions to stress, improved relationships, promotions and career change.

 

Consequently, Paula has proven results from creating bespoke coaching programs specific to her clients goals.  Clients have achieved promotion to leadership roles, improved their grades and gained their first choice at University and parents returning to work improved their work//life balance to name a few.  As a result, they reported they had reduced stress and anxiety and increased their self-management within a few sessions. Subsequently, relationships improved with colleagues, families, partners and friends. 

 

In addition, Paula has worked collaboratively with service users within the mental health sector to successfully reduce the amount of readmissions to inpatient units.

Paula is a member of the Association for Coaching and British Psychological Society. She specialises in stress and performance management and the promotion of health and wellbeing. Paula's mission is to facilitate individuals in developing techniques and tools to improve life choices that will enable you to get the most out of your life.

 

The first session will comprise of a complimentary telephone call and if you choose to, an appointment will be set to identify areas for development, whereby goals will be set. 
 

Appointments via Face-to-Face; Skype; Zoom; Telephone sessions can be facilitated