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Conscious Uncoupling

Conscious Uncoupling is a six step session (first one is an introduction) that can be tailored to suit your needs.  For example, you could have weekly or fortnightly session, with each coaching session lasting for an hour. 

The coaching includes a copy of the book ‘Conscious Uncoupling: Five steps to living happily EVEN after’ by Katherine Woodward Thomas. 

The recommendation is for you to read each step in the book before each coaching call.

I offer coaching via video conference, teleconference or face to face.

For further information on pricing can be discussed during the free soul session. 

Empowerment Coaching 

One hour coaching: $150

Three sessions: $400

Six sessions: $750

I tailor coaching sessions on an individual basis and can discuss this with you further. 


Online 6 week integration workshop 

Book a call to discuss prices and payment plans for the program 

Check start dates for program by 'contact' form 

Program run with my fellow coach Gab Thomson 

Program capped at ten people


One hour coaching $150

Three counselling sessions: $400

Six sessions: $750

Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between coaching and counselling?

Coaching is action orientated and future focused. Coaching helps you set and achieve goals. A coach may challenge you frequently and focuses on the present. 

Counselling is more coping orientated and helps you to realise how you feel and a counsellor helps you solve your problems in life by supporting you by showing empathy and understanding. 


Do you offer a payment plan?

Yes I offer a flexible payment plan and can tailor a payment plan to suit your needs. 


I would love to do coaching/counselling but I can' afford it. 

I appreciate everyone's circumstances are different and I like to think of it as an investment to yourself. If you want to see a change in your life and feel stagnant then investing in a coach/counsellor can be the change you need to move forward. Albert Einstein says the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over again and expecting different results. In order for there to be change you have to do something differently. Ask yourself the following questions:

- can you make these changes on your own?

- who else do you need on your team?

- what have you done in the past to make changes?

- what other investments are you committed to? 

- what is your perfect scenario?

- how committed are you on a scale from 1 to 10. 

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