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There was never a night or a problem
that could defeat sunrise or hope

Bernard Williams

Individual Coaching Services

Are you ready to go on your journey from survive to thrive?

How should you deal with all the changes in your life?

What do you need to keep moving forward?

How can you fulfil your dreams when you have so many external responsibilities?

Is this familiar to you?

Many of us are juggling so many balls that we don’t know if and how we can keep them all in the air.

We tend to prioritise what others need from us above what we need for ourselves.

We have too little time to clarify what we want out of life and how to get there.

If you're aching to:

If this is what you're looking for,
my Individual Coaching is for you!

Gain clarity on what you want
and how you can achieve it

We will bust through the chains that bind you

It will enable you to find your work-life balance

Feel empowered and calmer

Individual coaching is all about strengthening your connection to yourself and others which empowers you to live your life in alignment with who you really are.

Individual Coaching clients say:

The introductory call is 30 minutes long where we get to know each other a little better. You will tell me what it is you want to work on and I’ll tell you in a little more detail how I work.


An important aspect is to determine whether we’re a good fit for the coaching process. You should feel safe talking to me and believe that you can achieve your objectives in a coaching process with me. I must feel comfortable that you’re committed to reaching your goals and working with me in the coaching process.


Finally, we’ll identify the concrete goals that we could work on should you decide to start a coaching process and from this, we’ll decide which package will be best for you.

The coaching sessions are between 45 minutes and 1 hour long.

Most of my coaching sessions are online. However, for people living in the Netherlands, we can arrange a face-to-face meeting if you prefer. I also coach while walking in nature.

The frequency is dependent on your personal needs. The most common frequency is every 2 weeks. However, some people start weekly and others prefer monthly. We’ll decide this once your goals for the coaching process are clear.

My working hours are usually Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. However, I do coach on weekday evenings when no other time is available or when the time zone difference makes this necessary.

In my experience, cultural differences don’t really matter for my coaching process. I believe that you know your answers and I ask you questions to guide you to find them. Your answers will be in the context of your culture and you will always have a choice as to what action, if any, you want to take.

At the start of each session, we’ll define a clear objective for the session and what you’d like to have at the end of it.

Then you’ll tell me more about what’s happening and I’ll ask you questions. The questions will give you insights and clarity around your topic and we’ll explore it in more depth.


At the end of the session, we’ll define some homework which is normally an action or awareness you’ll do or practice in real life. This normally flows naturally out of the coaching session.

I’m a member of the International Coach Federation, which means I comply with their code of ethics. If you work with me, you’ll get a copy of the Code of Ethics. Confidentiality is a very important item and what you share with me will not be shared with anyone else unless there are criminal or safety issues and then we’ll discuss it together.

The 3-month program is an investment of € 1200 and the 6-month program, is an investment of €2200.

According to the International Coach Federation definition,

“Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.”

According to an exerpt from Brittanica

“Psychotherapy, also called counseling, is any form of treatment for psychological, emotional, or behaviour disorders.”