Investing in your greatest asset – YOU! 


Do you recognise yourself here?  Are you:

  • At a crossroads either personally or professionally and looking for direction?
  • Working so hard to meet everyone else’s needs that you are neglecting your own?
  • A busy professional who wants time to refocus and re-evaluate?
  • An 'Empty nester'?
  • Facing retirement with fear or anxiety?
  • Competent , yet lacking in confidence?
  • Feeling that there must be more to life than this?


If so then individual coaching could help you to put your life back into perspective.


What is Coaching?

The aim of coaching is to help you to determine and achieve your personal goals. It is a one to one relationship with a qualified and experienced coach practitioner.  Coaching can be the key step to making fundamental changes in your personal or professional life. By helping you to focus on achieving your personal or professional goals, coaching will help you to move forward and take charge of your life in a satisfying and inspiring way.  And the 'agenda' is always set by YOU - effective coaching relies on the knowledge that you are the best expert on your own life and circumstances.  At Integra Coaching all coaching conversations are supportive, non-directive and confidential.


How does the coaching process work?

We begin with an initial conversation where we will clarify your objectives and determine whether coaching is the right approach for you at this time.  Sessions can be face-to-face, by telephone or Skype, or on one of our retreats, and the initial session helps us  to determine what kind of approach is best for you.

Please get in touch for further details of sessions and costs.


"It's such a relief to be able to talk about oneself without feeling guilty.  And it really does help in working out a way forward: your questions and comments are exactly the right balance of tough and supportive.  As so often, I just needed a bit of nudging to get to the conclusion I'd already come to; but I wouldn't have done it on my own."  Susanna.