The name of my coaching practice refers to finding the sparkle in ourselves. We all have a unique sparkle but sometimes, due to all kind of circumstances, it is difficult to find it. I believe this sparkle is essential to leading a meaningful life. That’s why I help people to (re)connect to their sparkle. My gypsy wagon offers a safe and spacious setting to work on yourself and discover what else there is for you to learn and do in this life.
“Change only happens when you really want it.”
I believe it helps to know what it’s like to hit rock bottom and find your way back again. My own experience of this has made me more useful as a coach in at least two ways. First, having worked through my own issues allows me to feel comfortable helping other with theirs. Secondly, I have developed compassion, not judgement, for someone’s circumstances because I have been there too and I know what it feels like.
More about my coaching background.
I completed the MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change at the Henley Business School in the UK. The three-year programme combined academic insights with self-reflection and practical applications across a range of disciplines (such as NLP and Team Coaching). To gain a more in-depth understanding of systemic coaching, I followed the Fundamentals Part I and II training and the Practitioner Course at John Whittington’s Coaching Constellations in London. Since my return to the Netherlands, I have continued my development on a weekly basis in both one-on-one and group sessions.