I work with people wanting change: big or small. I specialise in time management, goal setting, lifestyle change, anxiety issues, burnout and productivity loss.

Coaching is useful for people in a transitional or challenging phase of their life. This includes: home-workers, freelancers, those changing employment, small business owners, artists and workers in the freelance economy. My strengths are: curiosity, collaboration and communication.

Yes, I’ve got the psych degrees, but how this affects my coaching is that I gather evidence-based techniques from theory and research that stimulate your imagination, help you to open up, and connect people to deeper meaning to help them find their own solutions. I use a positive psychology approach which nestles well with coaching to bring you the latest research and evidence-based tools, techniques and information.

I have worked as a Senior Consultant for Audrey Page & Associates (Commonwealth Bank) and as a career coach for NSW Ministry of Health using the Gallup CliftonStrengths tool. With education, I’ve worked with hundreds of university students from all over Australia. I ran the Study Coach program at Charles Sturt University and was previously a full-time lecturer in the School of Communication and Creative Industries.

I originated and manage the program Composed which provides subsidised coaching to independent performing artists originally funded by the City of Sydney. In the arts, I work with performing artist, novelists and playwrights, as a script dramaturg, to assist their writing process.

Fiona Green

MSc (Coaching Psychology), BPsych (Hons), BA (Comm- Theatre/Media)

CAPP – Strengths Profile accredited