"I have grown immensely - both personally and professionally,

and I feel more comfortable with advocating for myself."

HELPING THE ADULTS OF TOMORROW BECOME THEIR BEST S E L F TODAY!

Approaching and negotiating adolescence can be a challenging time of life for young people - and their parents! 

Life coaching provides additional ways to get external support from a different perspective.

 

This stage of life can cause overwhelm in so many ways; 

• Physical, emotional and hormonal changes; 

• Agonising and isolating social situations and interactions;

• Arguments at home and perceived ‘laziness’ or lack of motivation;

• Stress over decision-making, scheduling school/uni work; and/or

• Realistic fears and concerns about their future direction. 

 

Teens can become highly stressed if they feel out of control.

 Low self-esteem? Emotional roller-coastering and procrastinating over the smallest decisions?

 Poor decision-making and choices in friends, relationships, prioritisation of work and misreading of social situations?

All this can lead to a negative outlook on life, constant arguments at home - and it can be pretty challenging for everyone concerned!

 

Life coaching is a powerful solution to many of these issues.

Coaching is about having another person they trust, present on the sideline of their life, cheering them on.

Coaching offers practical strategies to play their best game; it helps them develop and embrace their unique identity.

They increase self-confidence and self-motivation to achieve their goals and be their best SELF!

WHY COACHING IS RIGHT FOR ME?

"I'd like to be more 

self-confident, happier with my body and to love and accept the 'real' me."

"I want to get on better with my parents, be able to talk about what's going on for me 

and not argue with them as much."

"I get so overwhelmed with 'stuff' and I worry about my future too. If there was someone other than mum or dad who looks at things differently, it could help reduce some of my stress."

"I’m going through so many changes at school; in my body, with my emotions and my friendships. How do I manage it all?"

"I don't want to feel bad if I don't want to have sex, drink or do drugs, but there's so much peer pressure. How do I say 'No'?"

"I need some strategies to help me stop

procrastinating, get motivated, set goals, time-manage and prioritise my workload, sports. family and social life. It's so hard to juggle it all."