Ed Garvey-Long is a Life Coach and Poet
Ed is an ICF trained Life and Career Coach with a Diploma in Integrative Coaching
Hello there! I am an International Coaching Federation Trained Coach. I completed my Diploma in Integrative Coaching in October 2022, I was trained by Become Coaching and Training.
Through coaching I will support you to find practical ways to move forward with the issues you have on your mind at the moment. I will help you to unpack reasons why you have encountered these issues and help you to deal with them in the future.
We can talk about what to do next in your career, recovering from burn out or warding off those feelings of imposter syndrome.
It doesn’t have to be about work, it can be big life changes like moving, coming out or leaving a relationship. It could be that you feel stuck in your life at the moment and you need support getting back on track.
I also run a special coaching programme just for poets called Volta.
“Ed has a friendly and non-judgmental approach. The sessions were organic and allowed me to explore the issues I needed to. Working together has been incredibly valuable. Thank you so much!”More Testimonials here
Book a free Intro Call with me and we can talk through how coaching works and how we can work together. If you have questions, email me here: email@example.com
Have a read of my weekly blog about wellbeing: All Being Well…
A year of gratitude (during one of the worst years of my life)
Back in January 2022 I was finally exploring my own wellbeing. I had found myself, once again, in a stressful job where I was not at all valued and I recognised that I was in a cycle of finding new jobs, getting stressed, burning out and leaving. I decided I was going to do things…
January means renewal, of course. For me it also means having an unfortunately timed birthday. To mark my 38th year on the big blue marble, here’s 38 things I’ve learned over the past year. 38 things Go on walks as much as possible The sounds of nature are really calming (real or Calm app) Taking…
Networking without looking like a selfish maniac
Networking is much maligned. People find it awkward, weird, boring, intense. But I think it can be a great thing. I just think that a lot of people go into it with the wrong mindset. If you walk into a room of people thinking “well, who can I use as a stepping stone in my…