Going through a stressful divorce usually means your own self-care gets shelved...just at the time you most need to care for yourself. That's where health coaching comes in.
I’ll empower you to get yourself back to feeling like your true self again. I'll gently help you to adopt healthy lifestyle habits that will allow you to feel good again. I'll also help you to let go of any emotional blocks that may be getting in the way of you flourishing.
I’m a former burnt-out managing director who followed her heart and retrained as one of the first Functional Medicine Health Coaches in the UK. I’m also an EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) practitioner and a reiki practitioner. My passion is empowering people to reclaim their health and start to thrive.
I help my clients to practice self-compassion, let go of past hurts and ditch any self-sabotaging behaviours they might have.
I’ll support you in envisioning a better future post-divorce – and will be your cheerleader in slowly moving towards making that a reality. I’ll help you to gradually make sustainable lifestyle changes to improve your physical, emotional and mental wellbeing.
Baby step by baby step, I’ll help you to discover how to feel energised, balanced and comfortable in your own skin.
“Suzy has huge compassion and empathy. When I discuss my struggles and goals with her, she listens so sincerely and her approach is so genuine that I feel completely supported. Her non-judgemental approach helps me to be myself and accept myself the way I am. She has empowered me to flourish in ways I didn’t even know I had in me.” Sue Hanify
“Before I started seeing Suzy, I was struggling in every area of my life. I was overweight, bloated, anxious, burnt-out, struggling to sleep and I suffered from headaches every single day. Working with Suzy has been nothing less than transformational. She's incredibly warm, supportive and friendly and she’s empowered me to take back my health. With her support, I’ve lost three stone, I’m no longer bloated, I’m sleeping better and the anxiety has gone. I feel like me again – and that feels amazing.” Debs Davies