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Daniel is an experienced coach, with years of practice training high performers from all walks of life. He is a specialist in ADHD, performance anxiety and confidence, and has trained with the best in the world. 

Clients have ranged from race car drivers, fintech entrepreneurs, prison guards to stars of stage and screen and of course, vets! But the journey was different for all of them. 

Coaching isn't about following a fancy acronym, or fitting some formula to success, it's about finding out how you work. What motivates you? What are your values? And how do you meet them? Once we understand how we work as individuals, shaped by the lives we've led and the experiences we've had, then we can find ways to move forward, and with each new win, each success, we can build momentum, until success is a habit. 

In coaching, we set our own goals. Whether it's singing at the NFL at Wembley in front of millions, planning out your new company, or just building the courage to leave the house, I'm here to help you on that journey. 

Coaching is the ideal follow on to any of these workshops. You've already invested in the knowledge, so let's make it work for you. 

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Coaching and Mentoring

Helen is a small animal vet with 15 years experience, and now a team leader in a busy veterinary hospital. She started her career in mixed practice and enjoys managing her growing flock of sheep with her farm vet husband and three kids (who all want to be farmers or vets)! 

Helen has always been interested in mental health in the veterinary professions and even more so since taking on a leadership role and mentoring her team. She is currently doing a PGCert in Business and Personal Coaching with the University of Chester.

Helen is passionate about increasing awareness of neurodiversity in veterinary practices, after a late diagnosis of ADHD, and enjoys looking for ways to engage the skills of ND team members.

Outside of work, Helen enjoys spending time with her family and choral singing.

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