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Life coaching

Do you want to:

  • find accountability, motivation and support to make changes;

  • set actions to help you get unstuck and move towards what matters to you;

  • reduce feelings of overwhelm and get things done;

  • develop helpful coping skills to call upon in times of change or difficulty?


Life coaching can help you create meaningful change in your life. It can help you to build confidence, give you a creative space to allow ideas to form and provide an opportunity to explore your personal and professional potential. ​

I'm in integrative life coach and I use a blend of traditional coaching tools alongside effective, action-orientated therapy approaches. These include mindfulness and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). I'm trauma-informed and I am in regular supervision.

If you'd like to meet in-person, I work from Treat Health and Wellbeing Clinic on Lawson Road in Norwich, Norfolk on Tuesdays and Saturdays. I also offer appointments over Zoom and telephone at other times.


Before beginning coaching, I warmly invite you to book a complimentary introductory call.

We can meet either by phone or via Zoom. During the call, we'll get to know each other, talk about what it is you'd like to work on and you can ask any questions you may have.



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“Being coached has been such a holding, supportive and beneficial experience for me.
It's helped support me through such a big transition in my life and has enabled me to sustain and gain momentum as well as keep up the belief in myself."
"Coaching gave me support and reassurance.
Cathy has helped me feel much more confident.


Enjoy my life much more and continue with my weekly plans.


Empowering - really enjoyed my time with you it was very valuable and I felt comfortable being open and honest, thank you."

“Thank you Cathy, it has been just what I needed at this time in my life.
You were sensitive and able to interpret my stream of conscious explanations and present them
back to me clearly.
It’s been eye opening and
I’m so grateful.”

Challenges I've worked with

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