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Natalia Christie

Location, UK
Anxiety, Imposter Syndrome, Stress, Autism, Learning difficulties, Mental health, Emotional intelligence, Personal growth, Emotional health, Mindset, Empowerment, Managing anxiety, Depression, Building confidence, Achieving goals, Burnout

Starting her working career in the public healthcare sector, Natalia's passion for helping people grew as her career developed, from working with the elderly, Dementia patients, Alzheimer's, to progressing her career, skills and knowledge to look after and care for people who were terminally ill. 

Wanting a new challenge Natalia worked in His Majesty’s Prisons for several years, as part of the resettlement department, helping prisoners to find work inside and outside the establishment. This included organising their licences to work. She also tracked and applied for all interventional courses required as part of the inmates’ sentence plans, ranging from substance misuse to educational courses.

She moved back into healthcare, this time the private sector, several years later, where the services provided were for adults with learning disabilities, autism, challenging behaviours and complex needs. Support that was delivered in a residential or supported living setting.

With all her diverse working experience, qualifications and her own personal life journey, she is dedicated to helping others overcome matters of the mind.


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Coaching Journey

Constantly working at 100 miles an hour, running on empty forever on an emotional rollercoaster of immense highs and lows. This was Natalie’s life, trying to keep it all going and not wanting to drop anything.

There were a series of traumas in her life that had never been released. Ranging from childhood sexual abuse, the death of a middle son, and domestic abuse to constant messaging of ‘you won’t amount to much’. These all took their toll and came to a head when she started having suicidal thoughts. Writing letters to her children was the point she knew life had to change.

It took a couple of years before she came into contact with the people who could help her make this move. The coaching journey has shown her a different way which she can now use to help others.

My ‘why’ for Coaching

“When I recognised a change was needed, one of the first things I worked on was my overthinking. This was a catalyst that has made me more dedicated to my personal and spiritual growth. Women who are and have been in my situation I can now genuinely say that I have your back.”

Specific areas of expertise

Natalie focuses on mindset, mental health and emotional well-being as well as the body and soul. The emphasis is releasing the past to enhance the presence and work towards future goals.

Core Values for Coaching

Clients who would benefit from her Coaching

That’s easy for Natalie because everyone deserves help with their mindset and mental health.

What does helping others mean to you?

“My scars are a symbol of hope for others, it fills me with purpose and passion. Realising this pain can help others to see they have a reason to live and not just exist, to be able to grow into the person they are meant to be in life is a feeling like no other. It’s the legacy I want to leave the world as there is only one of me and I’m here to shine my light as bright as I can.”


Work related skills

Complex needs

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