Brad is a fully qualified developmental coach who has been working in organisations and with private clients for the past 4 years.
I can help with...
- Career coaching
- Communication skills
- Creative blocks
- Fear of public speaking
- Major life changes
- Personal development
- Procrastination and 'stuckness'
- Work-related issues
Types of clients I see
Languages I speak
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Types of therapy I offer
I use an integrative approach looking at both the practical and psychological aspects of personal development, helping clients develop strategies for achieving personal goals and objectives.
Whether you want to work towards resolving a career related issue or meeting a personal life objective – coaching can be a vital resource; ensuring that you have clarity and an achievable plan to make your vision or aspiration a reality.
Issues that I would typically work with:
- Planning for a new life or career objective
- Moving beyond feeling ‘stuck’ in career or personal development
- Getting past negative or unhelpful self-limiting beliefs
- Realigning personal values to a new life stage
- Creating strategy for post illness reintegration
- Dealing with enforced change – redundancy, retirement, relocation.
Training, qualifications and experience
I trained at the International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring at Oxford Brookes University and have a Master’s degree in Coaching and Mentoring Practice. I am committed to regular supervision and a process of continuous professional development.
In addition to my coaching practice I have 18 years’ experience of working in organisational learning and development, specialising in experiential learning processes.
I also work as a freelance training facilitator, researching and designing programmes for executive teams in global organisations, as well as the UK public sector. This work helps me understand the latest developments in workplace psychology and the pressures that are currently engaging organisations and their leaders.
In 2015 I led research into the effect of mentoring, on ex-prisoner communities, and in 2016 I was awarded the Esther Cavett Award from Oxford Brookes University for my research looking at the significance of meaning-making processes for mentors.
I am also a community volunteer for an established mentoring programme for young people in central London.
I am a registered member of the International Coach Federation (ICF).
Code of ethics
I abide by the ICF’s code of conduct and ethics.
I offer a free initial 30-minute consultation in which we discuss your goals and how we work together, and decide on frequency of our session meetings. Sessions are then offered on a regular 2-hour basis, at a cost of £150, and will be spaced according to the agreed development need.
Please note I also provide sessions at a reduced rate. These concessions are available for students, unemployed, individuals on low income, and other select circumstances. Please enquire for more information.