'What was, does not have to define what will be'

Parenting Coach & Coaches Supporting Coaches


Have you ever thought or felt the following?

  • Is this all there is?

  • I don't know where to start!

  • I want more out of life but I don't know what this is?

  • I know I can be so much more.

  • I feel like I'm just going through the motions.

  • I can't remember the last time I truly felt alive!

Joy and Purpose Coaching collaborates with working mums who are looking for a more, joyful, balanced, fulfilled, and enriched life both in their personal and professional lives.


Developing a creative, fun, and healthy partnership with my clients allows them to focus on moving forward and towards their desired goals through awareness, action, responsibility, and accountability.

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Your Return On Investment

Joy - Direction - Balance - Confidence - Purpose - Growth & Self-Worth


Obtaining These Results

How far you come along in this journey is determined by how much time and energy you put in.

  • You are the author of your biography

  • Awareness + Action = Results

  • Decide how you are going to show up each day

  • What level of engagement are you going to give to your goal?

  • Growth has equal measures of being uncomfortable and success

As Well As Improved

Communication, Organization, Decision Making, Clarity, Planning, Problem-solving

Our Partnership

Improving the quality of your life

Coaching is a unique partnership between two people, the coach and the client. The coach's role is to ask thought-provoking questions and create an environment that inspires you to maximize your personal and professional potential.

This relationship is designed to facilitate the creation/development of

personal, professional, or business goals and to develop and carry out a plan for achieving those goals.

This is delivered in a non-judgmental and supportive environment which in turn stimulates you to reflect, inquire, acknowledge, apply SMART goals, and ‘take action’ where applicable in your life.

My pledge to you

As your coach, I will be there to see you and to hear you for the person you truly want to be. I will hold up that mirror and guide you to where you want to go. With that being said, I am not in the driving seat - YOU are. You are the expert of your life, no one else.

What is your role in our coaching relationship?

As the Client, you are responsible for and in control of:​

  • Setting the agenda and topic

  • How deep you want to dig

  • Identifying your goals

  • Implement the action steps agreed during the coaching session

  • Complete any additional tasks that have been agreed upon

  • Turning up to your appointments on time

  • Be as honest as you possibly can - this is a safe space

  • Breathe and enjoy this time - this is your time to be seen and heard

Helpful hints

When having a coaching call please make sure you have as little disruption as possible (children/partner asking for your attention, pets needing let out, TV on in the background!!). You will get so much more out of our time together if you are in an environment where you feel comfortable and calm.

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Honesty & Transparency

Even though I haven't officially been diagnosed with ADHD or dyslexia, I can say with some conviction that I do have a lot of these qualities.

Both of my sons have processing difficulties and share quite a few ADHD traits also. I know how frustrating it can be - for both sides.

I also see the whole person. I see the creativity, energy, great long-term memory, playful, honest, direct, passionate, kind, and the list goes on...

If you have been diagnosed with a learning difficulty or may suspect that this could be the case, then I encourage you to be open about it. This will enable me to really understand how I can support you better and for us to have a deeper discussion as to how you like to be coached, your preference for structure and communication, and so forth.

This is a safe space and it is time to see that how you are is a gift and together we can cater to your strengths and scaffold the challenges.

Learning Difficulties

Blended Coaching Approach

Using the GROW model


What do you want?

What's your goal?


What's your current situation like? Where are you now?


What options and obstacles do you have?


What choices are you willing to make to hit your goal?

What is it?

The GROW coaching model was developed in the 1980s by business and performance coaches Sir John Whitmore, Graham Alexander, and Alan Fine.

One way to think about the GROW Model is to think about how you'd plan a vacation.

1 - Decide where you want to go (the goal)

2 - Where you currently are (your current reality)

3 - Explore various routes to your destination (the options)

4 - Research travel insurance in case of emergencies (obstacles)

5 - Pay for hotels and flights (will - way forward)

Solution-Focused Approach

Focusing on problems tends to lead us to the past and trying to change what can’t be changed. Focusing on problems will encourage us to make excuses, blame others, and justify ourselves and our actions. This process can get complicated, dissuades us from taking stock of the situation and finding solutions that enable us to move forward.

Solution Focus coaching applies a positive approach toward change that laser focuses on what can be done. It promotes creativity, critical thinking, innovation, resourcefulness, and finding hidden strengths.

What I can't do

What I want to do

There's nothing else

I'm not there

I can't control it




What can I do?

What do I want?

What else is there?

I'm progressing

What can I control?


About Coaching

What Coaching Is

The ICF (International Coaching Federation) defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.


The process of coaching often unlocks previously untapped sources of imagination, productivity, and leadership.

We all have goals we want to reach; challenges we’re striving to overcome and times when we feel stuck. Partnering with a

coach can change your life, setting you on a path to greater

personal and professional fulfillment.’

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What Coaching Is NOT

Coach vs Mentor

A mentor typically works with developing coworkers and is

a trusted advisor who has an active interest in their development

and imparts their experiences to enable them to climb up the


Coach vs Therapist

Counselors and therapists are required to hold a master’s

degree or a Doctorate Degree and are trained to diagnose and

treat people with mental health issues such as violence,

substance abuse, chronic anxiety, and depression.

Coach vs Consultant

Consultants are usually subject matter experts in a specific area.

Rather than coaching you through what may be the best course

of action, consultants will generally perform the tasks or

manage projects on your behalf. Consultants are project-focused

as opposed to people-focused.


Life Coach





Growth and discovery in personal and professional life

Exchange knowledge skills and experiences

Relieve and heal issues/disorders, resolve problematic behaviors, beliefs, feelings, and relationship issues

Is an expert in a given field


Self awareness, future goals, and action steps the move the client forward

Relies on mentor's experience in a given field

Focuses on past emotional issues

Problem solving and trouble -shooting


Active listening and powerful questions

Modeling, teaching, sharing


Observing, analysing, instructing and advising

Who sets the agenda






Equal partners

Parent - Child

Doctor - Patient

Teacher - Student

What Are You Waiting For?

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