One-to-one sessions are personal and in-depth, and 100% tailored to your specific needs – sessions can take place in person or online (in the current times, online only). One-to-one coaching is often transformative, and able to break through entrenched beliefs and behaviours.
A session lasts 1.5 hours. I can work with you for a minimum three sessions, or for a longer time.
Three session block: £400
Six session block: £750
Nine session block: £1100
Additional sessions are bookable at £135/session.
If you’re interested in one-to-one coaching with me, I offer a 30 minute introductory call to discuss your needs and decide mutually what will work best for you.
Group coaching has a co-learning dimension, which can increase motivation and follow though. Some clients feel the pace and approach of group coaching suits their needs better.
I offer group coaching for between 4-6 people. Groups meet monthly for two hours, for six months.
£300 per person for six sessions.
Sign up to hear when I’m running my next group coaching sessions. If you already have a group of friends or colleagues and would like group coaching then do get in touch. If you are an organisation interested in the benefits of group money coaching for your employees please contact me.
If you are interested in one-to-one or group coaching, I offer a 30 minute introductory call to discuss your needs and decide what will work best for you. Please complete the form below (ticking the “I would like to book…” box).
I run workshops and short training courses on specific aspects of money behaviour and financial management, tailored to your needs. I particularly focus on supporting community organisations working with specific service users for whom empowerment around money management would make a real difference. I also offer in-house workshops and training for staff in the workplace. Get in touch to find out how Thrive can support your service users and teams.
Thrive Finance Coaching will never provide you with specific advice on the purchase of any financial product such as a pension, saving, investment, insurance, credit arrangement or mortgage. Nor will I suggest that you vary, alter, discard or liquidate an existing product, including any debt you hold. Should you require any recommendations or opinion on your existing or new financial arrangements, I would always suggest that you seek advice from a regulated independent financial adviser. Or, in the case of debt, a regulated debt counsellor.