Amy Moser is a coach based in Ealing, London. She has been a coach for ten years, after working in employee communication for 20 years. Amy is an associate with HelpingKids Ltd. and she has been working for four years at private schools in the West London area.
As a life coach that works with children age 6 to 16 and parents, Amy sees self-worth issues on a day-to-day basis. Seven out of 10 of her young clients see significant results after only five sessions. She uses solutions and techniques to overcome problems. Her focus is on “How can children increase self-worth? How do they get confident on the inside?” This includes work on the ABCs…
A for Anxieties (nightmares, exams, stage fright)
B for Behaviour (fighting, anger, homework)
C for Confidence (friends, school, home)
Amy is an expert in outcomes-based coaching, working with clients to:
– Get what they want out of the current situation
– Explore options and go toward their ideal state
– Find resources that will open new doors
Amy also specialises in coaching through change, redundancy and work/life balance issues. She has been these situations herself, using outplacement, negotiation and financial planning to best effect. As a mother of young children Amy knows the challenges of returning to work. She has benefited from coaching and understands how it can make a difference. Amy is known as a positive and encouraging coach. She helps others identify their options and find new ways to get what they want. She has an open and accessible style, and gets feedback on her coaching so that she can keep learning from others.
Amy’s formative career was in the consulting sector, where she worked a total of ten years in employee communications for global firms Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) and William M. Mercer (now Mercer Human Resource Consulting). She worked for five years as Internal Communications Partner at the BBC and had attachments to two change projects. Etihad Airways in Abu Dhabi was her most recent two-year communications role. Her work was strategic and involved coaching on an executive and managerial level.
Amy holds degrees in: Managerial Communication (MSc – Northwestern University – 1996) and English Literature/Communication (BA – DePauw University – 1991).
She has a Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (Vievolve – Henley-upon-Thames – 2006), following a Business Practitioner certificate from the same INALPTA-certified programme in 2004. After she was accepted into their coaching programme, BBC sponsored her certificate from Management Futures’ Intensive Coaching Skills in 2008. In high school and university in the USA, Amy was selected and trained as a peer counsellor. She also volunteered as a counsellor for homeless teenagers during her eight years working in Chicago. In London she has volunteered at Crisis for Christmas and the National Childbirth Trust (NCT).