I love that you have found this page!
I’m here for you too!
Here’s how together we can give your young adult a helping hand without “trying to run their life.”
"Caroline helped our son to feel less anxious about leaving home to start University. Through her 'Face to Face' live coaching sessions he found positive ways to deal with new challenges and was far less hard upon himself. " Heather, mum of 18 yr old
"Caroline was able to help our daughter feel that she 'mattered' - something which as parents we seemed unable to do no matter how hard we tried. She is much happier now and we love seeing her shine again." Angela, mum of 17 yr old
"The support that our son received from Caroline far exceeded anything that his teachers were able to provide. His self-esteem and confidence returned and it was wonderful to hear about his 'Wow!' moments following the coaching sessions." Lucas, father of 16 yr old
"I thought that Life Coaches were only for people who ran large companies or who were 'famous'. I'm glad I was wrong as the service that Caroline provides for young people is truly amazing. " David, father of 21 yr old
How can a life coach help my son or daughter?
I work with an extensive range of clients: from the most high achieving and motivated, the disengaged and demotivated, to those who seem ‘ok’ but are showing increasing signs of poor mental health. Working with a Life Coach signiﬁcantly improves a person’s quality of wellbeing, enabling them to cope with the stresses of life and work effectively in order to thrive.
I help young people to re-ﬁll their wellbeing tank by learning how to:
Support their sense of self by reframing negative thought and applying positive thinking.
Strengthen their resilience by developing a positive attitude to change and failure.
Improve their capacity to reﬂect and respond positively to challenges.
Identify opportunities for personal growth and embrace life challenges.
“Through my online ‘Flourish and Thrive Coaching Café’ I am building a community of positivity, encouragement and support for young people who are juggling pressures to succeed and are learning how to become ‘more adult’” – Caroline