“Resilience – the art of caring for the right things.”
Maxime Lagace´
FACILITATING CARE and
ENHANCING RESILIENCE –
CARE & RESILIENCE COACH
Who Is My Coaching For?
If You are a
  • care user
  • care giver
  • someone who lives with disability or around disability
  • physically challenged person
  • differently abled person
  • someone overwhelmed by health care or personal care assistance challenges
And if You struggle with
  • regaining your drive and enthusiasm in life
  • seeing perspectives and opportunities in the situation
  • maintaining motivation to move forward
  • being listened to and understood
  • setting up goals or even a new life purpose
  • relieving stress and recharging yourself
  • empowering your self-confidence
  • focusing on strengthening your skills and what is really important to you
  • turning obstacles into possibilities
  • opting for the best solution to any given circumstance
  • making your own story inspiring
  • being committed and keeping yourself accountable
  • making better connections with your old or new relationships
then my coaching is for You!
Hi, Champion

I'm Nadine, and I am the one who knows how to listen and how to encourage proactive and ambitious ones who desire to set and achieve new goals in their demanding lives. I’m a care and resilience coach for caring yet feeling overwhelmed ones who aim to better connect and support themselves and those who are challenged.

Living with limited ability due to predicament is not only confronting and backbreaking for those going through it, it’s also difficult for all of those around them. Life around disability, life with disability is still life which You can make the most of.


I started my coaching journey with a particular goal in mind: to help people living with and around disability find new ways to happiness in their relationships, their work and life. To discover their true potential by getting support to optimise their partnership and achieve their goals in a highly challenging environment. To broaden their perspectives by being heard and seen on their daily journey doing their best.

More than 10 years spent in the care field combined with my personal experience and deep interest in exploring self-support and encouragement gave me a passion for helping others to focus, reset and fulfil their lives using verbally transmitted care and resilience.


Being heard is as close to love as there is almost no difference noticeable – let me hear You and make you proud of Your Journey. Because I Do Care.

Sheree Bliss Tilsley
I will not heal you
For I see you in your wholeness
I will walk with you through the darkness
As you remember your light.
I will not rescue you
For you are not powerless
I will not fix you
For you are not broken
Testimonials
For all the bad in the world we can always find some good.
Mark Miljons-Rostoks
Fees & Charges
I offer You a free short introductory session which is a great option to see what it feels like to be in the room together. I believe it's important for You to choose someone You feel a connection with. An initial meeting gives You the opportunity to explore this, ask questions and learn what working together would entail, without making any commitment until You are sure.
Individual Sessions
The standard session rate is £60 for 50 to 60 minute session and does not include email or phone contact in between sessions.
1 Month Package
The 1 month coaching package is £220, payable in advance.
3 Month Package
The 3 month coaching package is £650, with 50% payable in advance.
Welcome onboard
What Is My Coaching For?
Everyone of us has two imaginary buckets that need to be filled daily – one bucket with attention and one with power. If these buckets aren’t filled in a positive way, we tend to fall into a downward spiral of negativity. So my mission is to help You to find Your Way to fill these buckets on a daily basis and thus pave your authentical way to resilience.

The American Psychological Association offers these 10 ways to build resilience:

1. Make connections. “Accepting help and support from those who care about you and will listen to you strengthens resilience.”
2. Avoid seeing crises as insurmountable problems. “Try looking beyond the present to how future circumstances may be a little better.”
3. Accept that change is a part of living. “Accepting circumstances that cannot be changed can help you focus on circumstances that you can alter.”
4. Move toward your goals. “Do something regularly - even if it seems like a small accomplishment—that enables you to move toward your goals.”
5. Take decisive actions. “Rather than detaching completely from problems and stresses and wishing they would just go away, act on adverse situations as much as you can.”
6. Look for opportunities for self-discovery. “People often learn something about themselves and may find that they have grown in some respect as a result of their struggle with loss.”
7. Nurture a positive view of yourself. “Developing confidence in your ability to solve problems and trusting your instincts helps build resilience.”
8. Keep things in perspective. “Even when facing very painful events, try to consider the stressful situation in a broader context and keep a long-term perspective.”
9. Maintain a hopeful outlook. “Try visualizing what you want, rather than worrying about what you fear.”
10. Take care of yourself. “Pay attention to your own needs and feelings. Engage in activities that you enjoy and find relaxing.”

Each of these ways requires a brave decision and continuous effort and I as Your Coach can provide You the necessary support in finding your own motivation and inspiration for that. Because I Do Care. Why? Because relating to someone´s small and big victories on their way to a better life makes me very happy.

Serenity Prayer:

Lord, grant me serenity to accept the things I cannot change, give me the courage to change the things I can change and the wisdom to distinguish the one from another!

Friedrich Christoph Oetinger
I offer You a free short introductory session which is a great option to see what it feels like to be in the room together. I believe it's important for You to choose someone You feel a connection with. An initial meeting gives You the opportunity to explore this, ask questions and learn what working together would entail, without making any commitment until You are sure.