Over the past 20 years, Kate has supported thousands of women in Australia with business, career and life coaching to build self-belief and find direction. She works with leaders and business owners who want to live in alignment with their values, feel confident to choose their own life path and make a positive contribution to the world in some way.

Kate offers personal coaching in Australia as well as career coaching, business coaching and leadership coaching. Begin with a single one-hour coaching appointment and continue with a five-session coaching program or further one hour sessions.

Life coaching in Australia. Who we work with.

Kate’s clients, seeking life coaching in Australia, know how to fit into mainstream culture, but sometimes feel that there’s something missing with a traditional version of success. Some say they experience perfectionism, imposter syndrome or a strong inner critic while others are trying to find balance. Almost all are creative (or would love to be) and many are curious about discovering their own form of spirituality.

You can read more about Kate’s ideal client here.

How often do we meet?

Sometimes a single session business, career or life coaching session will be enough for you to clarify your direction or get clear about your values but generally, Kate meets with her clients on a fortnightly basis for the first couple of months. Many of Kate’s clients continue with a regular appointment after this but she’ll work with you to determine your specific needs and work out a program that suits your time and budget requirements.

Life coaching in Australia fees.

60-minute session: $295

Business, career and life coaching program fees.

3 x 60-minute sessions: $850 (including an option to pay in instalments)

5 x 60-minute sessions: $1,375 (including an option to pay in instalments)

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What is Kate’s background?

Kate studied coaching with an international coaching school and was one of the first life coaches in Australia to achieve a PCC accreditation with International Coach Federation.

She spent over a decade coaching female leaders and business owners from her Collins Street office before moving her business to her home on the Mornington Peninsula in 2017.

Kate’s personal journey with meditation began in the early 1990’s and she began teaching a mainstream form of meditation to beginners in the summer of 2003.

Kate is committed to ongoing personal and professional development. As well as extensive reading, she has trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindful Self-Compassion (Kristin Neff & Christopher Germer) and Internal Family Systems.

Does Kate see coaching clients on the weekends?

Not currently. Her client days are Mondays and Tuesdays.

I’m not sure if I start with a single business, career or life coaching session or a program. What would you recommend?

Most of Kate’s business, career and life coaching clients begin with a single session to make sure you’re a good fit for one another. After that, you’re welcome to book either a few additional sessions or an ongoing coaching program.

I’m not that interested in mindfulness. Does that mean you’re the wrong coach for me?

Not at all. Not everyone Kate sees is interested in mindfulness but it still influences her approach to working with you. Being mindful is really just another way of saying being present, curious, self-aware and non-judgmental. If those qualities appeal, you’ll enjoy working with Kate. She’s not at all dogmatic in her approach and she’s respectful that it might not be everyone’s thing.

Your life coaching fees are lower than most coaches in Australia. Why is that?

Kate spent almost a decade offering business, career and life coaching in the city (charging the usual executive coaching fees) before moving her business to her home office on the Mornington Peninsula. These days she works directly with the client rather than the corporation. If your employer is funding your coaching, we’ll send a brochure with more information.

Still have questions about personal and professional coaching?

If you still have questions about the way that Kate works, or about coaching in general, you might find the answers on our frequently asked questions page or please contact us for a copy of our brochure or a proposal if your workplace is funding your coaching program. Coaching is generally tax deductible.