Welcome to HelpingKids website.
6 years ago I defined my personal mission like this: to support parents and children to achieve their true goals and happiness. Today this sentence is as true as it was then.
Over these years we have been created some great programmes as well as collaborating with people we highly respect and share our same aims. All these programmes are designed to always deliver the absolute best for every child and parent we work with.
So, what do we have to offer you or your child? We offer you our total dedication, honesty, and professionalism. We will work with you and/or your child to ensure they overcome the situation and acquire the self-awareness and techniques to help them for life, building their confidence and resilience.
Just call us. We will have an informal conversation, maybe even meet for a coffee and then you can decide what you want to do.
If you remember one thing from these lines I hope it’s this: we all can achieve our true goals. Our part is only to help find “how”.
Have a nice day
Amy is an experienced coach. She has been coaching for eight years, enhanced by a 20-year career in employee communications in London, Chicago and Abu Dhabi. She is passionate about helping children and parents increase their confidence and resilience.
Amy runs her own coaching practice, and is an associate for HelpingKids, Culture Builders and other organisations. She worked with single parents at Family Time, a parenting course at St. Paul’s Church in Ealing. A single mum, her children are 6 and 8 years old.
Amy’s work experience includes Etihad Airways, Mercer Human Resource Consulting, Andersen Consulting and BBC, where she was accepted into the internal coaching programme.
Amy is known as a positive and encouraging coach. She has an open and accessible style, and continuously learns from others. She is at her best when helping children get to an ‘a ha’ moment which motivates them toward the change that they want.
Amy was selected and trained as a Peer Counsellor in university and in high school, where she was captain of the Women’s Soccer Team, ran cross-country and played violin.
Originally from near Chicago, Amy holds an MSc degree in Communication (Northwestern University) and a BA in English Literature/Communication (DePauw University). She holds a DBS certificate and is trained in First Aid.
Amy is certified as a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (Vievolve, Henley-upon-Thames). She also has an NLP in Business certification. She has trained with Management Futures’ Intensive Coaching Skills programme.
Amy has recently trained with Relate in London, and has experience with art therapy for kids