"Clouds come floating into my life,
no longer to carry rain or usher storm,
but to add colour to my sunset sky".
Whenever you want to achieve something, keep your eyes open, concentrate and make sure you know exactly what it is you want. No one can hit their target with their eyes closed.
So said author and motivational speaker Zig Ziglar. Put simply, life coaching looks at where you are now and turns the focus to where you want to get to.
Coaching vs Counselling or Therapy
In simple terms, counselling & therapy look primarily at a person’s past. By contrast, coaching focuses on future goals, objectives and desires, and seeks to establish the most effective way to get there.
Three words describe what I do as a coach:
My name is Daniella Gilbertson and I am a qualified counsellor and life coach.
I have been practising for many years and am known for my positive, forward-focused approach to life and coaching. I believe passionately in coaching and have seen time and time again the transformative effects it can have on a person’s life, both personal and professional.
There are no quick or magic fixes, no ‘pixie dust’, but your commitment to the space and reflection provided by the coaching process facilitates remarkable understanding, growth, and development.
My pricing is more reasonable than you might think and I offer a variety of packages, including competitive corporate rates
The duration of the work is as long or as short as we decide. Please get in touch and we can work out the best package for you.
I offer both personal life coaching & business coaching
It is the alteration of your thought process combined with the desire to change by being challenged, and by challenging yourself, that will ultimately allow you to establish and achieve your goals.
Am I the right coach for you?
My coaching philosophy is premised on honesty and openness. You will feel supported and challenged at the same time. We work to establish both where you are and how far that is from where you want to be. Sometimes it’s hard, sometimes it’s enjoyable. But it’s always effective.
"The most secure prisons are those we construct for ourselves"