Turquoise Coaching offers Teen Coaching and Mentoring. In addition to this we also offer coaching to parents, women and groups. The organisation has grown around personal and professional values of family, friendships and work life balance. Turquoise Coaching offers a space for thought to unfold naturally and allows us to explore the curious state of mind together without assumption or judgment.
"The psychology behind the color"
- Serenity: Calmness and peace
- Balance: Clarity of mind and creativity
- Introspection: Encourages reflection on one's own needs, thoughts and feelings
"Formation, transformation, eternal minds, eternal recreation"
Who we work with
- Individuals - We work with individuals on their journey to achieving their goals. This could
be a new career, writing a book, working through a relationship or overcoming an obstacle.
- Organisations - We work with educational organisations and charities to improve the quality
of teaching, learning and pastoral care by training and mentoring teachers and support
- -Community Groups - We work with community groups to support educational projects for
improving opportunities for young people both home and abroad.
In addition to this we also facilitate free 'Discovery Space' meet ups through collaborative
projects so that local communities can come together.
Coaching, mentoring & Counselling - Differences & Similarities
|Scope & Limitations||Deals with emotional problems||Deals with performance problems and specific challenges||Deals with organisational, career or personal transitions|
|Central focus||Problem centred, provides diagnosis and treats dysfunction||Task centred, foster individual performance improvement in all areas of life||Possibly centred, focus on performance, competencies and professional development|
|Areas of work||Works on the individuals embodiment of the problem||Developing and selecting options for behaviour in specific situations, soft skills, personal development & self awareness||Works on the interface between individual's identity and the bigger picture|