Therapy & Life Coaching
What are you doing today?
Listening, encouraging discussion, and collaboration form the fundamentals of my approach to therapy.
Using a combination of cognitive behavioural therapy, hypnotherapy, mindfulness, and coaching for a holistic process, we can work together to help you overcome your challenges and live the life you want.
What are you doing today?
How will life coaching work for you?
Staying motivated and self-objectivity is hard, so as your coach, my role is to motivate you to realise and achieve your capabilities, whilst honouring your internal setbacks. However, it’s your willingness that determines the results.
Think of coaching as you would think of working with a personal trainer. Minus the sweat (mostly).
A personal trainer supports you and tailors a regime to your requirements and goals, but it’s you who sets the goals and does the heavy lifting. Meaning, the more you put in, the faster and better the results, and the same applies to life coaching. Consistency and willingness are key.
What can you expect to gain from life coaching?
Life coaching will armor you with a new sense of self-awareness, purpose, clarity, and the confidence to sustain this independently. Working together to empower you to realise how to lead and enjoy your best life.
Coaching is not advice-giving. You have the answers, but I ask the questions.
No one knows your life better than you do, but sometimes it takes the right questions for you to realise what you really need, and how best to achieve and sustain it.
So, what are you doing today?
Life coaching can help you figure your shit out and be the best version of yourself. So why not do this today?
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“North London based, but had the pleasure of living in Bangkok & Singapore. ”
“I'm mixed Chinese/Jamaican, born and raised in North London, UK.”
“I love coaching people on all aspects of their lives, but my particular area of interest and specialism is in relationships.”
“I'm currently aquiring a cert in relationship coaching and a diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy. I trained as a Business & Personal coach in London, 2016, have an MSc in Psychology (distinction) and a BA in Sociology & Social Policy. Before coaching, I worked at; a real estate development & investment co., publishing co., and in education.”
“Experiencing life coaching firsthand has been transformative in so many aspects of my own life. Everyone can benefit from it, coaching imo is the most fulfilling career.”
“I've recently discovered the world of Enneagram archetypes, loving it, so I'll integrate it into my practice soon...”
WANT TO BE HAPPY?
Of course you do.
We’re all capable of leading happier lives. But, we self-sabotage the f*ck out of our own happiness.
When’s the last time you did something that *really* made you happy?
Our beliefs of what will bring us happiness (money, possessions, people, s*x, substances, partying) tend to be defined by societal expectations. This can cause us to overlook and neglect the things that truly make us happy. Repeating the same behaviours, hoping for different results? We know how this goes…
I’M STUCK, SEND HELP.
Think of life coaching as a personal investment, ‘upgrading’ yourself.
Change is hard, so I focus on working with you to figure out what drives you and how you can make improvements in a way that is manageable, and realistic to your life. Sounds pretty simple? It is. The hard part is seeing ourselves objectively, keeping up momentum, holding ourselves accountable, and looking beyond the surface of our behaviours. And that’s where I come in.
How many sessions do I need?
This varies from person to person and depends on what you want. 6 sessions are recommended as a minimum for results or 8-12 for results and lasting change.
For efficacy, weekly sessions to start. This can be adjusted to fortnightly to allow for time to utilise the assignments. Once your goal(s) are achieved, we can work together to devise a maintenance plan.
Why are we so good at helping others, but ineffective when it comes to ourselves?
It’s just easier. So, let me help you help yourself.
Tiffany made me feel very comfortable. I didn't realise how common what I was experiencing is, particularly in my industry. I've been working with Tiffany for a few months now, money well spent!” Tom Finance
I was dissatisfied at work. Tiffany taught me to take stock of my life, assess what's important to me and identify the things that truly make me happy. She questioned my self-limiting beliefs and helped break them down. She triggered a paradigm shift in my approach to my personal and professional life. It’s no coincidence that shortly after finishing my sessions I was appointed Sales Director at work. I'd wholeheartedly recommend Tiffany to anyone who wants some direction in their life.
Mike Sales Director
I assumed coaching was similar to therapy and you'd be ‘’told’’ what you should do, but I was so wrong. Tiffany showed me how to break down my goals and find achievable approaches to fulfill them. Tiffany is the type of person you can open up to in a professional manner but almost as a friend. I never felt judged, it was always an open forum where I could be honest with myself and Tiffany. She helped me find the next steps towards happiness and my life goals - this is what I valued the most. Mel Analyst
I wasn’t sure what life coaching was at first. I was shocked at how much I was able to open up to Tiffany. She asked me questions I’d never considered. Coaching wasn't what I expected, I thought I would be told what to do but it wasn't like that. I learned a lot more about myself. James TV Editor
Tiffany was really down to earth and really tuned in well to my specific needs with the coaching. I felt that I made improvements in between each of my visits, which was a joy to report back on to Tiffany and work on improving even more for the next meeting. Tiffany really helped me focus on my dreams, and I am living some of them now! Thank you. Tasha Record Label Owner & DJ
Record Label Owner & DJ