Getting to know you
I like to get to know the people I’m going to coach – to see whether we’re a good fit and assess how I can best support you in your PhD. As such, I’d like to meet you before you sign up for any long-term coaching.
You can book/pay for a single coaching session directly below. For all other longer-term coaching options, I invite you to first join me on a free 30-minute discovery call. We’ll discuss your goals and what you hope to gain from coaching, and I’ll advise you on the best coaching options.
I understand that finances can sometimes be tight. Please don’t let this deter you from considering coaching: I’d love to have a chat with you to find an arrangement that would work best for you. Please get in touch!
An additional note on coaching:
Coaching is not the same as academic supervision and as a coach, I will not be formally or directly checking or editing your written work. Your supervisors will provide the best guidance and advice for your academic progress and thesis. My role as a coach is to support your overall PhD journey, and to help you find the best practices and methods for you to be successful in your PhD research and in other academic activities that you might do during your PhD – e.g. conferences, career development etc.
Please also note that I am not a trained mental health professional and will recommend that you seek professional support/therapy if I believe that you would benefit more from their services than from coaching with me.
Please also ensure you read, understand and accept the booking terms and conditions before you confirm and pay for your coaching sessions.