Passionate About Inspiring Others

Stacy is an 'Award Winning' Cognitive Behavioural Coach with over 15 years' experience of working with people in a wide range of settings.  It was never her intention to become a coach, however, over time her skills, experience and passion for assisting others to unlock and achieve their potential led her to found her own consultancy in 2015. 

Prior to setting up her own consultancy, Stacy spent over ten years working within the NHS.  As a mental health nurse, she provided Crisis & CBT Coaching to clients who were high functioning professionals with medium to high anxiety or depression.  Prior experience includes roles in learning & development, recruitment and sales, and she ran her own start-up social eatery. 


She combines her business acumen with her extensive knowledge of mental health and psychology - this experience enables her to bring real behavioural insight and change for her clients.  Stacy, a lifelong learner, and has recently completed an MSc in Occupational Psychology at Goldsmiths, University of London, granting her the title of 'Business Psychologist'.   


She has worked with extremely complex clients and brings a unique blend of coaching and psychological methodologies to her practice.

Area of expertise:


  • Performance Coaching

  • Cognitive Behavioural Coaching

  • Work Life Balance

  • Career & Transitions

  • Entrepreneur/Start-up 

  • Mindfulness

  • Mental Health Interventions & Crisis Programmes

  • Wellbeing Consulting & Training

  • Wellbeing Events

  • Partnership, Engagement & Collaboration

Representation of clients:

  • CEO, Consultancy

  • Director, Major Investment Bank

  • Director, Government Relations

  • Portfolio Manager, Hedge Fund

  • Entrepreneur, Tech

  • Vice President, Major Investment Bank

  • Account Director, Creative

  • Partner, Legal

  • Finance Director, Start-up

  • Executive Director, Hedge Fund

  • CIO, Energy Sector

Coaching strengths include:


  • Seeking to transform something good into something superb.

  • Strategic thinking – able to spot problems and issues and see the big picture.

  • Stimulating creative and innovative platforms in order to brainstorm ideas to perform tasks, solve problems etc.

  • Focusing on strengths to stimulate personal and group excellence.

  • Creating a reflective space where certain problems can reveal themselves, solutions can then take shape and plans can be made.

  • Building trusting, yet challenging relationships - enabling clients to speak more freely and openly - sharing whatever is on their mind.

  • Figuring out what makes an individual different - allowing her to coax, demand, challenge or provide pressure so clients can do their finest work.

  • Identifying obstacles, difficulties, challenges and dilemmas.

  • Enabling people who are different to work together more productively. 

  • Sensing a client's feelings, needs, and thoughts in an empathic and sensitive way.

  • Asking questions that many others would avoid asking or even refuse to consider.