Congratulations! You want to improve your public speaking!
That takes courage. Whether you have a full public speaking phobia or it’s specific situations that make you anxious, there is help out there! It could be that you worry about delivering keynotes, chairing meetings, pitching to clients or delivering seminars, or all of these! You know you need to come across well and demonstrate your professional expertise. Or it could seriously damage your career. That’s probably why you’re here.
So why am I the person to help you?
I’m an experienced and fully qualified and insured coach and complementary therapist. In addition, I’m licensed to practise at Harley Street.
Over the years I’ve helped a range of senior corporate clients with various levels of public speaking anxiety. Many of my clients work in finance and law. Some are entrepreneurs and philanthropists. I have even worked with professional speakers and actors suffering from stage fright. It can happen to anyone!
How do I help you?
My methods are based on the way your nervous system actually works. They go beyond telling you to “imagine your audience naked” or “it’s not nerves, it’s excitement” or any of that nonsense. Well-meaning advice, but totally useless if your nervous system is in fight or flight! You’ve probably found that out for yourself.
I have a toolkit of therapeutic skills and relaxation strategies to help you in the quickest time possible.
I can work with you in person in Harley Street, in your office or via phone or video conference.
My work involves a mixture of coaching and therapeutic interventions. Usually, there are emotional reasons and memories associated with public speaking anxiety and confidence issues.
Rest assured, we won’t spend hours discussing any traumas you may have experienced, but if these are impacting your professional performance, we need to deal with them. My aim is to treat any of these root causes as discreetly and painlessly as possible.
Then we will calm and settle your nervous system. I will give you a toolkit of relaxation strategies you can use independently.
As a result, you should be able to tackle speaking situations with more confidence.