To commemorate the centenary of the Armistice we are offering free life coaching to veterans of the Armed Forces across the UK.
I was part of military life from young age, born in Aldershot Military Hospital and raised near the shooting ranges of Ash Vale. My grandfather fought in World War two as a tank driver, and my father-in-law served 36 years in the Royal Air Force.
With my skills in coaching and knowledge of the challenges faced by military veterans, I am keen to give back to the military community as they commemorate 100 years of the signing of the Armistice. I’ve been honoured to help veterans who are transitioning into civilian life, overcoming physical injuries, and working towards their new personal or professional goals both within and outside of the military.
How can coaching help?
Coaching is recognised as an extremely effective, unique and dynamic discipline that helps you achieve the goals that will bring you happiness and fulfilment. Unlike traditional therapies, working with a coach does not involve reliving the past, but instead focusses on life long learning and instigating positive change. As a qualified coach, I help my clients set goals for their future and assists them in overcoming behaviours or negative thought patterns that may be hindering their progress towards achieving these goals.
There are limited coaching programmes available which consist of up to six sessions of a few weeks to 6 months depending on your goals. Sessions can take place either in person at Acorn Health in Emsworth, Hampshire or via telephone and Skype for veterans located elsewhere in the UK. Initial sessions can begin anytime from Thursday 1st November 2018 until Thursday 31st January 2019.