Using Transactional Analysis (TA) as the foundation, I work with individuals and groups to improve their awareness of themselves and others. I challenge clients and use direct feedback to augment the process of personal development. As a result, my approach highlights behaviour patterns and pinpoints areas for improvement.

Coaching & Personal Development

Self-awareness is an intrinsic component of the work I do, and the services I offer are all based on the power of individuals to know themselves, influence their lives, and make a difference to the world.

  • Define, pursue, and achieve your goals.
  • Realise the best possible version of yourself.
  • Become conscious of the patterns in your life.
  • Make the most of your opportunities.
  • Understand why people are the way they are.
  • Experience tangible, concrete and long-term improvements.

Business Coaching

By supporting people to increase their awareness of themselves and their environment, as well as empowering them to create their own solutions (e.g. working guidelines, communication procedures) I facilitate effective and long-term change. As a consequence, individuals and teams have greater self-worth and a more motivated approach to everything they do; and businesses benefit from an increase in both employee satisfaction and retention rates.

  • Be and feel better in your job.
  • Improve your working relationships.
  • Strive for a better future. An ‘impossible’ future.
  • Become aware of the importance of teamwork and support.
  • Create, lead or influence change at work.
  • Become calmer and more at ease.

Intensive Weekend Retreats

Re-discover yourself in an idyllic, stunning location. Create clarity and make life-changing breakthroughs. Equip yourself to be strong on the outside and the inside. Working together with a close friend and personal trainer, Marcus Nelson, we run exclusive weekend retreats for mind and body. See the blog post, Outside & Inside, as well as other related posts under the category Retreats.

  • Increase your awareness of the connection between mind and body.
  • Recognise the importance of the Pillars of Health: Mindset, Nutrition, Movement and Sleep.
  • Realise the potential of physical exercise and conscious breathing to improve mood, boost cognitive function and improve memory.
  • Appreciate how you can make incremental improvements every day for the rest of your life. (Daily discipline over a longer period of time will lead to significant changes.)
  • Receive help to establish daily exercise rituals which will enhance your experience of each day.
  • Become more aware of your self, your patterns of behaviour, and your conditioning; and learn to relax with who you are.
  • See how observation and (written) reflection can bring you insight and clarity with regard to your habits and patterns.
  • Learn the value of seeing your progress and collecting evidence (to counter the mind’s tricks).
  • It’s all about you, so enjoy your self, have fun, and take everything you can from the weekend.


I favour a longer-term approach, so I believe in using follow-up sessions over a period of weeks or months to supplement the main workshops. It helps to cement learning and enhance development. As well as drawing on my own experience, I use Transactional Analysis (TA) as a framework for understanding and developing a more successful team dynamic. It is an effective approach for development at both an individual and a group level. In short, TA provides insights and guidance on:

  • The (psychological) games we play with each other to get what we want. (Games)


Everything about our world is experienced through the filter of our own self. But what is that filter and how does it work? It’s only when we examine who we are – our habits, our patterns, our beliefs – that we begin to take greater control of our lives. This inevitably leads to more joy and greater peace of mind.You're Already There

These 18 seminars – which ran between April & November 2016 – offered clarity and insight into the simplicity of life and the personal development process. They were based on my own experiences, as documented on my blog and in my book, Evolution By Natural Reflection.

For more information on their content, click on the Seminars page, or watch the highlights on the Videos page.