"Stephanie is an excellent coach and I would strongly recommend her for anyone looking to further themselves. Even though my work (in war zones and natural disasters) is one outside of her direct experience she was full of relevant insightful information and creative techniques drawing from diverse range of disciplines. Stephanie balances facilitating deeper self-exploration to understand what lies at the root of the things we want to work on, along with very practical, creative and even playful techniques to reach one’s goal. She has been extremely flexible, adapting to my unpredictable timetable, supported me through emergency decisions and addressing longer-standing challenges. She is truly client-led and brings a non-judgmental, compassionate and sensitive humour/joy to sessions. I have most definitely grown through our interactions and would recommend her to friends and colleagues without hesitation." Humanitarian Operations Lead/Emergencies - International NGO

"I recommend Stephanie as a coach; she combines a positive, pragmatic and imaginative approach with academic rigour from her studies at Henley. She is an insightful and skilled researcher and writer, who's innovative work on playfulness and creativity in coaching is contributing to the development of the coaching profession."  Jonathan Passmore, Professor, Senior Vice President, Master Executive Coach


"As host for the Coaches Club, I invited Stephanie to deliver a masterclass on ‘Bringing play into our coaching and training practices’. It was a delight to collaborate with her to craft the session, tailoring it to the needs of my community of experienced coaches and trainers, and to learn more about Stephanie's huge wealth of knowledge and experience in creating learning effectively through play.  The masterclass was thought-provoking and so much fun. Stephanie is an engaging and inspiring trainer - from the innovative icebreaker through to deeper reflective work, Steph created a safe container for us to explore what play means to us, how we feel about bringing play (in its many, many forms) into our work and the benefits of using play to facilitate self-awareness, exploration and learning. I wasn't alone in enjoying the session - my community members gave wonderful feedback on it too and follow-on discussion continued in our subsequent events." Sarae Pratt (ICF PCC).

"Stephanie led a workshop for The London Coaching Group together with her co-lead Teresa Leyman. The interactive session was entitled 'The Role of Playfulness in Coaching' which allowed us to explore what we mean by playfulness and how we connect with it. 
It was a fabulous session, the feedback from the participants was glowing. We would highly recommend both Stephanie and Teresa to lead workshops of this kind to help us grow, develop and embrace the joy of being playful both as coaches and in life." The London Coaching Group

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