What story is holding you back?

Maybe there’s a difficult dynamic in your team at work. An aspect of your health you have neglected. Or a problem closer to home in the relationship with your partner or family. Somehow you’re ‘off-kilter’, out of line, and not fulfilling your full potential.

Or you find yourself at a cross-roads professionally. You dream of a new career which utilises your strengths and honours your values. But you feel stuck in the life that’s been created around you.

Perhaps there’s nothing specific that needs fixing. It’s simply that you find yourself in a very demanding role professionally and you want to maximise your self-awareness and your understanding of others so that you can thrive as a leader.

There’d be so much more available to you if you just knew how to access it. The question is how?

We understand that modern life can be complex, difficult, and frustrating. We provide a frank, discrete conversation with someone objective and savvy which can set you back on the right path with practical, realistic solutions to the challenges that you face.

Dr Amy Iversen

MA MBBS PhD Postgrad Dip CBT

There is nothing wrong with you that can't be fixed by what's right with you.

I trained as a medical doctor and have more than fifteen years experience working in mental health services at the highest level. I now choose to work in a different way, moving away from the traditional illness-focused model that emphasises pathology, and associated disability. Instead, I embrace a broader remit that answers the fundamental question – how can we live more authentic and productive lives in the crazy, modern, busy world of today?

As such, the work I do is deeper than traditional coaching but I call myself a ‘coach’ because my approach is collaborative and I focus on psychological growth.

I undertake bold and transformative conversations with you using a combined skill set of CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), psychotherapy and coaching.

This recipe brings significant and enduring changes to the people I work with.

Are you ready?


Maybe it’s just me, but I think imperfections build character. The most interesting people seem to have the bumpiest pasts. You ever talk to a “perfect” person? What a snooze! I don’t even trust people with no scars. Whether for casual conversation or companionship on any level, I prefer to connect with someone who has experienced the casualties of life’s battles.

Steve Maraboli