As part of my philosophy, I believe everyone deserves to access support when they really need it, and for many, it's not always easy.
That being said, I'm proud to offer 'pro bono' and 'pay what you can' to those that are of a minority or disadvantaged background who would like to work with me, but cannot access full funding for coaching services. This may include students, single parents, asylum seekers/refugees and those that are of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent who may have experienced hardship and would like to make some positive changes in their lives.
As part of your application, you will need to answer a few questions so that I can learn more about you, your circumstances and what it is you would like to achieve. You will also be required to provide contact details for a referee who will be contacted as part of your application. This could be a teacher, employer, caseworker, or anyone else you feel is relevant to support your application (please ask for their permission first).
To get started, please use the contact form or email me at and tell me a little about yourself, whether you’re enquiring about ‘pro bono’ or ‘pay what you can’, and why you are hoping to work with me. From there I will be able to tell you about availabilities, the status of my waiting list and the process to complete your application.
I look forward to hearing from you!