Navigate through international relocation, change, uncertainty, and international exams
with flexibility, mindfulness, new perspectives and renewed focus
Find your way
Are you navigating through tough decisions? I can assist to align with your highest purposes and values and embrace the choices and circumstances before you, in an environment of trust and with mindfulness.
Moving country, adapting to a new environment, exam preparation in a new international context, and international work challenges often require fresh perspectives to unlock new potential.
My 27 years of Taïchindo (Asian Art of Movement), my passion for Neurosciences, my broad educational journey and my international background, are foundational to my holistic and integrative coaching approach.
I know first-hand the importance of resilience and self-compassion when facing adversity and thriving by taking brave steps to bounce-back from challenges and change.
I am a Certified Professional CoActive Coach, accredited by the International Coaching Federation, and a The Daring Way™ Facilitator.
Focus on achieving success during change and uncertainty
Coaching to adult and students, those managing international transition, career change
or exam preparation, and to families managing international relocation
1:1 coaching programs and workshops adapted to individual needs
and based on the highly successful Co-Active Coaching model and The Daring Way™
All coaching is accredited by the International Coach Federation and the Coach Training Institute
“When I started coaching with Leyla I wasn't sure what I expected to get out of the sessions. Rather than citing the objectives and benefits, Leyla asked thought-provoking questions and lead me through revealing exercises to help me define what I wanted to get from our time together. Leyla quickly helped me to identify personal strengths (that I never would have considered strengths) and better define what happiness looks like to me. Our conversations also gave me confidence to take on new challenges and to believe in myself.”