I offer a mentoring service for people who wish to critically assess and then make supported changes to their habits, routines and any issues relating to the self, relationships, food and work. This is a professional, but informal, service based on my years of reading and experience. It is designed to help people feel supported in assessing and making changes as well as provide a safe, non-judgemental space for discussing a range of personal concerns. My support with regards the self can be useful whether you are solo or partenered, monogamous or non.
I can support people who are working on or looking at starting all forms of creative projects.
Mentoring and coaching is, for me, about making meaningful enquiry into one’s values and ways of living. It’s not meant to replace but, instead, support psychological counselling. It’s about looking at what is front of mind right now, about helping you to see your own story clearly and to support you in making any changes that are right for you.
An hour of my time for all of these services is:
£15 per hour if you earn up to £20,000
£30 per hour if you earn up to £30,000
£45 if you earn up t0 £40,000, £60 per hour if you earn £40,000+
Fees capped at £60 per hour.
Please email: email@example.com
I am a confident and enthusiastic public speaker and love to contribute to balanced, nuanced conversations on all issues related to conscious living and loving, whether that be on sex, relationships, food or the self, society and the media. There are fees attached to my speaking as well as the preparation of talks. Do contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and availability.
In 2019 I participated in various panels as well as doing a short TEDx talk for TEDxOpenUniversity.
In 2020, I am speaking at various events across the first half of the year.
I’m very happy to come and speak to your book group 🙂
Appetite, being about food, sex and change as well as marriage and adultery, is a novel that naturally sparks debate and conversation. I can attend book groups free of charge but the covering of travel costs is appreciated.
I can offer support to people who are looking at developing their writing practice. Whether within memoir, fiction or non, I have experience across a wide range of writing and would love to support you in finding what works best for you in developing your own.
I have a novel (Appetite) out in the world and will have short stories published in 2020 (one in an anthology coming this winter and one published online here by Girl on the Net). I’ve written for national press and media as well as the Alethya website.
I’m passionate about writing but also very aware of the complex issues and feelings that it can bring up. I’m also familiar with the publishing industry and am happy to provide support and advice on this area. I can work with you for an hour or two at a time over as long a time period as you need. The format and timings will be very much dependent on what your needs are right now.
I can be of particular help with developing your writing practice, with technical advice as well as with encouragement, advice and feedback.
If you’re interested in discussing how we might work together please get in touch: email@example.com
Costs as with the relationship mentoring: £15 per hour per £10,000 you earn. We can also discuss an ongoing package.
Recent testimonial here:
Anita became my writing mentor after someone I trusted recommended her. At first, I was terrified to show anyone what I had been working on. But Anita encouraged me to explore my ideas, made me excited about working on the project and provided positive feedback on my drafts. Perhaps the most impactful aspect of our collaboration has been her suggestion to submit a piece of work to a writing contest. Just this suggestion alone massively boosted my confidence that I could be considered a ‘writer’, and she worked very closely with me to polish something that I am now very proud of. I never would’ve had the confidence to do this without her encouragement.
Agreement below to be read and signed on first meeting