Dominic Decker

Life is messy. A soup of emotions and unreliable thoughts. Managing hats - professional and private - takes some craft to juggle. there's your external situation: Competing priorities, clashing agendas and all-around high expectations. The people stuff. And the internal experience: Your hopes and worries, doubts and dreams.

That's a lot feeding off your bandwidth (not to mention expat challenges). And, on occasion, you might appreciate some inward bound professional attention and investment.

So what sort of help would you consider?

Decent counselling is supportive to help examine past stories. But then a forward-focused narrative would hit the nail on the head.

Coaching, then? Sure. Yet meaningful progress is more likely when you address the events that brought you to now.

It's why I merge both disciplines. A combination of coaching and counselling. Because the support needs to fit and adapt to who you are. Not the other way around. 

A bit about me: Over twenty years of helping people. British-trained and accredited teacher and psychotherapist, I've coached and counselled hundreds of 1:1 and couples' clients to help them get to where they want to be. 

If you've got something on your mind, an issue that's holding you up and that could benefit from some professional support, get in touch. I might be able to help.