Wellbeing Coaching

Coaching built around your individual needs and goals. Explore unique strategies that work for you.

We offer coaching to support in a range of areas including general wellbeing, mental health, managing fatigue conditions and much more. We also offer one to one sessions for yoga, mindfulness and meditation techniques.

To book a free 20 minute initial consultation email information@thewellbeingandwellnesscoach.com

Wellbeing Coaching

Receive support from a qualified coach to identify the right goals for you. We will never impose goals you are not brought into and completely comfortable with. We explore practical steps that fit in with your lifestyle and commitments in order to achieve your overall goals and improve your own personal wellbeing.

We can help with:

  • Improving overall wellbeing
  • Developing healthy habits
  • Breaking unhealthy cycles
  • Mental health and wellness – including managing anxiety and depression
  • Managing and recovery from fatigue conditions (including long Covid, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) and Fibromylagia)
  • Healthy eating
  • Work life balance
  • Career change and development
  • Mindfulness and meditation practices
  • Many other bespoke situations relating to wellbeing


  • £240 for a block of six sessions – £40 per session
  • £127.50 for a block of three sessions – £42.50 per session
  • £45 per session for individual sessions
  • The initial session will be slightly longer at 60 to 90 minutes to ensure detailed background information so we can offer you the best possible coaching support. Subsequent sessions will last up to 60 minutes. Coaching can be held via zoom or in our studio in Burntwood, Staffordshire.

Frequently asked questions

Can I use coaching instead of continuing with treatment from my GP or other health professional?

Coaching in itself is not a substitute for any treatment of underlying health conditions. What coaching can do is to help you understand fatigue, how to manage it and will provide support in helping you to identify changes you can make to manage your condition and aid your own recovery.

Do I need to have a diagnosis of a specific condition?

No. We can support anyone either with or without a diagnosis.

What is the process and how many sessions do I need?

The first coaching session will be slightly longer than normal sessions. This enables us to gain some detailed information about your background and what your specific support needs are. We will agree some initial goals and look at any specific actions you need to take between the first session and your next one.

We can agree how many sessions are right for you, the choice is entirely yours. Most people find that at least six sessions are sufficient to support them in achieving noticeable results.

Is coaching an easy way to improve my wellbeing?

No. The coaching process can be challenging and will require you to put in some hard work and at times consider some difficult questions and choices. You will decide how dramatic the changes are that you need to make and want to make with the support of your coach.

Improving your health and wellbeing can mean making some tough decisions and making some significant changes in terms of work, lifestyle and relationships. Yet it can also mean just making some small, yet positive and effective changes that are barely visible to the outside world. We can help you to identify what is right for you.

Do I have to do yoga?

No. You can incorporate yoga into your coaching programme or not, the decision is entirely yours.

I’m not sure coaching is for me?

You can choose to book a free 20 minute initial consultation to have an informal chat about the process to help you decide if coaching is right for you.

Who will be my coach?

Susan, the founder of The Wellbeing and Wellness Coach will be your coach. Susan is enjoying recovery from a range of conditions including ME/CFS, complex trauma, anxiety, depression and post natal depression and understands the impact living with these conditions can have. Since overcoming the conditions she experienced, she has qualified as both a life and health coach in order to support other people find their own route into and through recovery.

Her personal story of struggle spans two decades, during which she found it very difficult to be acknowledged and to access the support she really needed. Recovery has meant making some tough choices although she now enjoys great health and wellbeing while still enjoying many vices in moderation; including great food and wine!

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