Asking for help can be hard

As scientists we are expected to be logical, focussed and committed. Many of us are high-achieving perfectionists. Personal failure and difficulty can be seen as signs of weakness, and we often hide these things – even from ourselves. It’s time to let go of these destructive tendencies and embrace a growth mindset. Every challenge is an opportunity to learn and grow.  

How do you know when you need a coach? If you are frustrated or struggling, and it’s gone on for more than a month, you could save yourself, your colleagues, and your family so much pain by getting help to find a solution.  

Helping analytical minds navigate life’s challenges


During a free consult we explore if what I offer is the right fit to resolve your problem and get you to a solution. In my experience, improving your situation comes from making sustainable personal change.

Self-awareness and taking a different perspective are key. What I do is support and guide you in this process using powerful transformative coaching techniques.


If a mentoring relationship is what you are looking for I’m happy to discuss how I can help. Just let me know your needs in a free consult.

My skills and experience are a particularly good fit for young women in science and for women balancing the demands of a family with their science career.

Will My Employer Pay?

Some of my clients have their coaching sponsored by their organisation, as it is a powerful means of professional development.

Feel free to discuss what I offer with your manager or HR department. I’m happy to work with your organisation and provide any documentation required.

Free Introductory Session

You need to find the right coach for your needs, and I want to work with clients who are a good fit for my style and services. Let’s get to know each other first, before we commit to anything.

Get in touch to book an online video call so we can discuss your needs and answer any questions.