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Coaches specialising in Autism
Charlotte uses an evidence-based approach to ensure her clients gain essential skills in life and the workplace. She tailors the service to suit their needs and enhance their strengths. Working with her clients to reduce barriers and promote healthy habits in a friendly and engaging manner. You will leave every session feeling inspired and confident.
Christine is passionate about people having confidence and a belief in themselves to live the life that they would like. She enjoys helping others to recognise their own strengths and abilities, to have a belief in themselves and to work towards their goals. Having spent so many years working in the voluntary sector she has a special interest in this area.
Chris believes we can all work at our best, but it requires a mind-set shift and strategies that are a close match with how we think. He also believes we need to be able to navigate and discuss the often unspoken limiting rules, behaviours and environment we may face in today’s workplace. Chris has built his career in helping people from all walks of life discover, understand and implement best practice changes.He is a coach, facilitator and musician with over 20 years experience in both personal development and group coaching.
Clare’s motivation to support people with neurodiverse conditions stems from personal and family experience of living with the challenges atypical brain wiring presents. Seeing first-hand how reframing conditions in a positive way can transform lives, her focus is on supporting people from all walks of life to fulfil their potential both in and outside of work.
Emma comes to us from the design world and has a creative approach to working with clients, tapping into new ways of working that are specific and flexible to the needs of the individual. She champions the resilience and self-reliance that understanding one’s own neurodiversity can bring an individual, and has seen many clients find a new sense of purpose by being able to embrace fully who they are, rather than being defined by a label.
Hannah decided to become a Coach in 2007 after experiencing the profound effects of coaching on her own performance anxiety. As a confidence and performance optimisation coach she combines a practical and strategic approach with a strong focus on the well-being of her clients. Hannah believes that maintaining mental well-being and balance are the foundation of all positive change.
Jasmine has worked nationally and internationally supporting neurodiverse individuals. She has been Head Teacher of two schools for those with Autism. She is a Non-Executive Director of bOunceT – a multi award winning social enterprise aiming to improve the quality of life and participation in occupation for those with a range of physical and cognitive disabilities.
Malcolm is a successful management professional and a qualified business coach. He enjoys the challenge and satisfaction of personal development through structured coaching and mentoring programmes. This focused approach allows his clients to develop their skills in specific areas. As a preference, he uses experiential learning techniques to maximum effect and believes that all development programmes must be quantified through evaluation of the return on investment.
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