Self Care Coaching

Want to think more deliberately about self care?

Want to create time and space for you, to dedicate to looking after you?

Need help figuring out what self care means to you?

Want to make new habits and tools so you can look after your mental health and wellbeing?

Self Care Coaching can help!

I follow a person-centred approach, so together we can look at anything you’d like to tackle. Whether you have a plan you want to put in place, or no idea where to start, I can help you navigate self care and any feelings that come up as a result.

I’ve got my Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills and am working on my Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies, with the aim to be a qualified and licensed therapist in the next few years.

I’m not a trained counsellor yet, but do work to the BACP ethical framework.


My coaching program

My coaching plans are as follows:
Free 30min call
In this call we will clarify goals, hopes, fears, and set expectations.

If you want work together further, you can choose one of the following options:

A one-off, 1 hour session: £50

This time can be used in many ways:

  • Brainstorming some ideas for self care
  • Talking through a change you want to make
  • Talking through some issues you’re having with self care
  • I can pull a tarot card for you and we can discuss the meaning

On-going self care coaching, 6×1 hour sessions: £250

  • We’ll figure out what self care means for you and how it fits into your life
  • I can help figure out what’s working and what isn’t.
  • Talk over difficulties, challenges, and provide brainstorming to adapt self care to fit your life

Please note, I am not a therapist, and will not be offering advice on matters that are better handled by someone with professional training. I can signpost people to professional resources if we decide this is a good option for you

Why Me?

I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about self care, figuring it out, adapting it when needed, and making space for it in my life. As I have a couple of chronic health conditons I also know that sometimes you need to make self care fit your life, and make changes to established routines as circumstances and health change.

Self care can be difficult to manage – no one teaches us how to look after our mental health, and when things get busy, it’s often ourselves that get neglected.

Whether routines are a must or are too inflexible for your life, whether self care means carving out time for you in a busy life, or trying to make sure you have things you enjoy doing as well as keeping on top of other needs, I want to help you figure it out.

Still got questions?