- MA in Coaching Practice
- Certificate in Personal Coaching
- BSc (Hons) Psychology
- NVQ Level 4: Working with Behaviour Change
Alice’s Masters in Coaching Practice, and almost ten years of working within the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (the theory that our thoughts and feelings drive our behaviour), have given Alice an extensive understanding of how to work effectively with individuals in their 20s and early 30s who want to change their thinking patterns and the way they behave in certain situations.
The Quarter-Life Crisis
In 2012, Alice conducted academic research on the Quarter-Life Crisis (published in the International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring), and as a result has a developed knowledge of this experience and what particular coaching approaches are most effective when working with those in their 20s and early 30s. It helps that she is also of this age, experiencing her own mini quarter-life crisis in her early 20s when deciding whether to continue as a Probation Officer or set up her own coaching practice.
Alice’s practice is regulated via the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC), of which she is a member. You can access the EMCC Ethical Code to which she adheres to here. She continues to develop her coaching skills by attending CPD accredited events ran by the EMCC and other professional bodies.
Originally trained as Probation Officer, Alice also has a comprehensive Employee Engagement and Marketing background within the legal sector. For further information about Alice’s professional background and practice, please visit her LinkedIn profile here.
University Lecturer, Southampton
I really appreciated Alice's honest, non-judgmental and understanding approach. We worked through issues to come up with tangible, practical solutions that could be implemented within a short space of time to produce a positive result.