Rhiannon and Philippa help clinicians create a successful practice through coaching skills training, one to one coaching and mentoring. Their coaching skills training courses are an engaging overview of the skills practitioners need to have better conversations, improve outcomes from care and build a successful, ethical, evidence based practice.
You can take your pick from any number of coaching gurus who will tell you how to run your practice, without ever really getting to know you. That’s not how we work. We don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach and pride ourselves on delivering you a highly personalised coaching experience, where you’ll benefit from our years of experience, working with two people who are completely focused on helping you achieve your vision for success.
We work with professionals across all health-case professions, providing one-to-one coaching for those looking to develop as an individual, and we also provide small group coaching for your team. You’ll be treated with consistency and consideration throughout your experience with us, as we work to get to know you, your business and your ambitions.
“We invited Rhiannon and Philippa to speak at the BCA Autumn conference after seeing their seminar at the COPA series in London. We pride ourselves on the quality of speakers and CPD we provide to our members and Oakley Coaching delivered a highly professional and informative talk with captivating stories from clinical practice. Our members commented that their presentation was full of valuable content that would be of enormous benefit to them, and we would be pleased to invite Oakley Coaching to speak at future BCA events. The BCA is always proud to see our members achieving in various ways and we are delighted to see Philippa and Rhiannon delivering such high quality CPD.”
“Philippa Oakley delivered a seminar for members of the Royal College of Chiropractors focusing on communicating with patients in pain, incorporating health coaching and motivational interviewing techniques. We were pleased to be able to facilitate a seminar on this topic for our members given the importance of incorporating these skills into patient care. The feedback from our delegates was that the event was highly engaging and informative, with skills that were relevant and immediately applicable to practice.”