For over 10 years, I've coached clients in the UK and internationally.

I have a unique 'niche' in coaching women struggling with the decision whether to have children or not.

I also coach clients on a range of other issues including career, work/life balance as a parent, developing confidence and leadership skills.

I coach clients face-to-face (in the City of London & in East Dulwich).

I also coach clients using Skype/telephone as half of my clients live outside London and the UK. I have coached clients living US, Canada, Australia, Africa and mainland Europe and clients living throughout the UK.

I'd love to hear from you - go to my Contact page to find out how to contact me to book your initial, free 30 minute consultation session.

If you want to read more about me, scroll down to read my interviews in the press and listen to my appearences on BBC radio.

Ticktock Coaching in the Media

*BBC Radio 4 Women's Hour - Hear me in discussion with Jenni Murray & Cristina Odone on this BBC Radio 4 Women's Hour programme on the 28th July 2010 (MP3 file, might take a few minutes to download)

*The Economist - The Tryanny of Choice (I'm quoted in the 2nd paragraph from the end)

* BBC Radio Newcastle - Radio interview Childfree: Sane or Selfish
*Grazia Magazine (UK) 'I Went To See a Maybe Baby Coach'

*Red Magazine (Europe) - Do I want a baby? 

*Zest Magazine (Uk) - Un-task and get things done

*Evening Standard (London, UK)- It's Maybe Baby Time

*Cosmopolian (Australia) - Are you on the same relationship page?

*Huffington Post Live (USA) - Broadcast 'I don't want a baby but my partner does: Should we marry?'

*Women Who Choose Not to be Mothers' article on the BBC website
*Scotland on Sunday - Mum's Not the Word,  

*Aera Magazine (Japan) about me and my work coaching women who are trying to decide whether to have children or not 

*Observer Magazine - 'Project Upgrade: Baby Coach'

*The Times - 'Ready Mummy? Maybe Baby'

* The Stylist - Are you ready for a baby?

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