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Professional Neurolanguage Coach
Born in Tanzania, I grew up in the south of England and went to university in Manchester.
After meeting my German husband, (underwater in the English channel), I moved to Germany and learnt the language.
When we started a family and decided to travel, my first passion of clinical nursing was replaced by extremely rewarding work as a volunteer with various projects and NGOs in Greece and Indonesia.
Following our return to Stuttgart, a new adventure and career in English Language Teaching began.
12 years later, I have a wealth of experience as an English trainer and am now passionate about Neurolanguage Coaching because it leads to sustainable results for those wishing to be successful communicators in a second or foreign language.
I believe in: people and their unique potential; life-long learning
I love: Life, my family, nature and the great outdoors, sports, The Arts
I know: Recent insights from neuroscience are changing our understanding of language learning
Connecting with clients; creating a brain-friendly learning environment; creativity and flexibility; motivating and encouraging; committment to success.
Advanced Certified Neurolanguage Coach, Certified Life Coach, MEd (Applied Linguistics); Certificate in English Language Teaching for Adults (CELTA), E-Moderation Certification (Consultants-E); Teaching Live on Line (Consultants-E)
You are the expert on your individual language journey. I guide you through a dynamic brain-friendly learning process. Together we engage in coaching conversatoins and you reach your goals efficiently and effectively.
English Fitness through Language Coaching for: 1. Business professionals who:
have been learning English for years and finally want to see tangible results.
want to improve specific soft skills in English (presentations, negotiations, videoconferencing etc.)
need to prepare for a communicative event at work
wish to improve their professional credibility in English speaking contexts
2. Healthcare professionals who:
need context-specific training in order to communicate effectively and appropriately with patients, clients, colleagues etc.
3. Individuals/small groups who:
believe they cannot learn a language
wish to improve general confidence and fluency
need English for social and travel purposes
want to prepare for a job interview or an exam