What to expect

Thinking about retirement

The future after retirement may be hard to see when you are committed right now. Some people have a well-considered plan, but others see mist and uncertainty. There may be a feeling of apprehension when so much of life has been focused on delivery and managing challenges. To think of letting go can be hard. 

For me, retirement is good; but my experience won’t be the same as yours. We are all different. Colleagues may offer advice or commentary, but this may not be right for you.

I can’t offer financial advice, but I can help you to think through anything else.

What happens in sessions?

I ask you what you want to think about in our time together, and work with you towards a focus you choose. I listen much more than talk; and I explore much more than advise. Your own resources are there to find and build upon. As we go into each session, we might review what we have thought about before, or start afresh with some new themes.

Ethical principles

I subscribe to the Code of Ethics and Good Practice of the Association for Coaching (UK).

Whom do I work with?

I have worked with NHS clients, including hospital consultants, nurses and midwives, postgraduate trainees, and managers. I have also worked with clients in the Civil Service and not-for-profit organisations.

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