© 2015-2020 Helen Cottee Coaching

ABOUT ME

I seek to pass on the message that transformation is possible - even in the most stuck places in your life and work.

 

I've been called a self-help junkie. I probably am. I always have 15 books on the go and 9 new podcasts that are blowing my mind. I love to pioneer new ideas and to open the doors that keep people stuck, to help them find freedom and authenticity in their lives. 

 

I work with lots of different types of people, with the common thread of creating transformation in their understanding of themselves, and then the world around them.

 

I have used my 20+ years of experience in behavioral change, personal and leadership development, and professional coaching to create a range of programs, journals, books and retreats that promote transformation and fulfillment. These processes take you on a journey from stuck to unstuck, from playing small to being authentic, from being unsure to clarity, and from being trapped in a life you don't love to being free. 

 

I can help you discover your core identity and move beyond the boxes you've been put in, to create a way of being and doing that is life-giving.

 

 

The most important thing is that coaching saved my life. When I was in my toughest stage - I didn't know who I was, what I wanted, where I fit or if I mattered - I went on a coaching retreat and it changed everything. I have a coach, I continue to do the work every single month, and I believe in this stuff - it's powerful. My life is more conscious, more aligned, more fulfilling and freer because of the guidance of the coaches I've worked with. And this is why I do what I do - freedom and fulfillment, helping others to live life in all its fullness, like my coaches did for me. 

 

 

 

Qualifications:

 

BA(ed) QTS in Education and English

CPCC coaching certification through CTI

ACC coaching certification with ICF

ORSC organisational & relationship systems coaching trained through CRR Global

Behaviour management specialist training through the University of Kingston