Louise as your Coach

 

 

Louise Trevatt is the founder of Simply Changing, she is a Coach and Trainer of Coaches with an NLP skillset. She is an entrepreneur and co-founder of a charity focused on the welfare and wellbeing of traumatised dogs.

As the creator of the Diploma in Performance Coaching she trains people year-round. She has designed NLP programmes specifically for coaches and delivers the NLP Practitioner Certificate and Master Practitioner Certificate.

For more than two decades, Louise has supported people in their personal changes. She loves the process of working alongside people and providing an environment where people’s lives can transform, creating a space where ideas become reality.   

Louise is highly regarded in her field. She has been awarded a fellowship of the National Council of Integrative Psychotherapists. She is a Master Coach, holds an MA in Coaching Development and is a Trainer of Coaching and NLP. 

Her approach to working with people is reflected in the testimonials she receives. Testimonials that she holds dear as they reflect her values. 

She is a creative thinker and has a great ability to make complex psychological principles easy to understand and access. 

She is straightforward and easy to connect with. 

She says.

“As a Coach, I have worked for decades with amazing clients/coachees. I am dedicated to enabling people to gain clarity on what is happening right now and how we can take control of our lives. Ultimately I want to enable you to live the way you choose. 

We all benefit, in the coaching process, from prioritising those things that will make the biggest difference. 

The kind of people who like to work with me on their life and work aspirations are people who realise that life throws things up for us, often when we least expect or deserve it. These are people who are seeking someone to help them make sense of things, create opportunities and find the energy and motivation make things happen. Often, people are overwhelmed or anxious and stressed in their current situation. It doesn't take long for people to acheive clarity and gain control again.

I liken coaching to having a wise friend to explore things with. Someone who is focused on you and how you can recognise and create opportunities.  

I am effective, professional, approachable and I leave formality at the door. I’m happy to work with you to create a coaching experience that will impact your thinking and your responses in life. ]

Together we can make it happen!

Contact me and we can set up a free 15 minute chat.

 

Louise x

louise@simplychanging.co.uk 

07957 292733

 

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