How would you answer these questions?
Do you feel that others define you by your disability?
Are you anxious about the current societal rhetoric about Trans+ people and how this could affect your life?
Is the way you feel about your disability impacted negatively by your friends, family or colleagues?
Are you unable to find work due to societal expectations of your intersectionality?
If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to any of these, Aces Coaching could be for you!
What Aces Coaching offers
Leo coaches those part of disabled and queer communities. He knows that living with intersectionalities is no "walk in the park", due to the ableism, discrimination, injustices etc many of us face on a daily basis. These understandably have a huge impact on how we feel about ourselves.
One to one life coaching to people wanting some support in the following areas:
Developing confidence in day-to-day interactions
The Burden Complex
Coming out as Queer, Sexuality and Gender Identity Questioning and Transitioning
Mindset around dating with a disability
Preparing for employment as a disabled, queer person
"Why I became a coach"
"I started seeing a counsellor early in my teens. This was mainly for me to discuss the trials and tribulations of being a young person with a severe physical disability. The most useful element for me was to have somebody to talk to who was completely separate from friends, family and day to day life.
As a disabled person, it is common to be weary of therapy due to inherent ableism. There can also be stigma associated with counselling. If one is in therapy there must be a “problem” or “crisis”and more harmfully, the assumption to need to be fixed. This doesn’t have to be, sometimes taking to a counsellor can be used as a check in and discuss the frustrations of everyday lived experiences.
For me, once I felt that I had done an adequate amount of self awareness and discovery about my past and how ableism affects every part of my life, it was time to look at the present and future.
This is where coaching came into my life. The opportunity to have time and space where another person would offer up their brain power and collaborate with me planning the execution of goals, identifying and breaking obstacles and supercharging myconfidence. "
What Coaching looks like
One to one 45 or 90 minute individual sessions and 3 & 6 month programs
Sessions via Zoom with in-person sessions available in the UK (programs only)
Access to a free online bespoke coaching platform called Quenza and tailored activities
Program payment plans available, Leo believes coaching should be accessible to everybody
Why not book a free 20 minute Discovery Call to discuss your needs, ask questions and find out about how Leo works