One to one Skype coaching, helping you get the job you want after cancer.
Apply to receive coaching for your work and career path after cancer
Closing date 30th April
Are you in your 20s, 30s or 40s wondering what's next in your career after your cancer diagnosis?
Are you thinking about making changes to your job, looking for a new one or even starting your own business?
If so, you could benefit from our highly acclaimed coaching programme now in its 4th year!
Through this programme we’ve supported dozens of young adults to make career decisions and changes that suit them and their needs.
This free programme gives you access to highly skilled coaches who have experience supporting young adults just like you.
As part of the programme you receive three full coaching sessions with a coach via Skype and two in person workshops to start and end the programme with others also joining. Our kick off workshop will be held on 14th May in London.
To apply please click here to provide a few details about you. We’ll be in touch by 10th May to let you know what's happening!
The deadline for applications is 30th April 2019.
Wondering what coaching is like?
Watch the videos from some of our participants below!
About our coaching Programme:
Since 2016, we've been running a small coaching programme for young adults with cancer. We work with qualified and experienced coaches to give Shine members three sessions of coaching via Skype. Our programme has had great results, with the participants telling us that the sessions gave us the time and space to think about things in a different way, and go on to make some of the changes that they wanted to make. Very often those changes have related to work and employment.
Our lead coach is Emily Hodge. You can read more about her below and also view her own website here coachingemily.com.
Emily is a life coach with an NHS and health psychology background. She runs Shine’s work and cancer and emotional freedom technique (EFT) sessions at our annual Great Escape as well as leading our Shine coaching programme.
Emily herself had cancer in 2010 when she was working in the NHS. This led her to set up her private coaching practice to help people figure out their routes to recovery after cancer. She’s supported thousands of people in the few years she’s been running her service – through personal transformation coaching, workshops and webinars on topics including ‘what’s my life plan now?’ and ‘anxiety and cancer’ and more.
She works with people both in person in Surrey and London and online.
If you’d like to work with Emily or find out more about her services you can find her at coachingemily.com