It was unexpectedly healing to be listened to without judgement. And surprising new insights, even though I’ve been working on myself for a long time. Grateful, renewed and inspired. Please sign me up for the next retreat/workshop!

Alison, medical professional

Natalie coached me during my – up to now – most significant career transition. I am grateful to Natalie for creating a safe space which allowed me to explore the impact of that change on the various strands of my life. Through our conversations I was able to bring all the parts of myself together. She asked insightful questions and combined with her compassion gave me so

Anna, higher education professional

“I feel that the day has been very useful and informative. I have used my brain and considered my current situation and what I can do to change it.” “It made me energised, positive and happy. Thank you!” “It opened up some options I hadn’t previously considered. Great size group, very comfortable environment, super workbook

Career Reinvention Day delegates

Natalie is very easy to talk to, caring and professional. She asked gently probing questions and offered insightful perspective during our conversation. I would recommend Quiet Space to anyone looking for personal or career coaching.

Cat, business owner

Natalie facilitated an awayday for my manager team in December 2019.  She was very thorough in her preparations for the day and suggested several useful tools we could use as a team to achieve our desired outcome from the awayday.  Natalie is a very professional facilitator.  She judged the feeling in the room very well

Jane Miller, Warwick Business School

I found Natalie’s sessions to be extremely beneficial and inspirational. The coaching helped me to see a different perspective and gave me a solid foundation on which I could start to understand my life in a much clearer way. Goal setting was crucial and done in a way that was easy to digest. Completing goals

Jeff, IT Manager

Going for an interview at a level above my current role and not interviewing for nearly four years was daunting. I had the classic imposter syndrome and whilst I wanted the role, I couldn’t understand why I was invited to interview. Through coaching Natalie uncovered my inner confidence and helped me realise that my skills,

Louise, programme manager

I had a series of career coaching sessions with Natalie at a time when I was in a career rut: feeling bored and under-utilised in my current role with an ever increasing sense of self-doubt and low self-confidence. I knew I had more to offer, wanted to offer more, but didn’t know how to articulate my

Nicola, higher education professional

I came to Natalie after many unsuccessful interviews following the end of a temporary contract in the middle of the pandemic. She helped me to regain my self confidence and more importantly reframe my experiences more positively.  Natalie didn’t just listen, she also picked upon what was not being said. Her empathy and relaxed, approachable manner helped me

Rachel, on a career journey

Natalie has been a much valued and essential investment in enabling me to establish and develop my new business – I would not have made the progress I have without her insights and feedback. Natalie listens carefully and then makes observations that get straight to the heart of the matter, opening my eyes to new

Rob, consultant

Natalie is very easy to talk to and open up to.  She has a gentle and empathetic approach but still manages to challenge you about your perceptions of yourself and the ones you have of the people who surround you. I booked a coaching session to help me with a really important interview for a

Sharon, administrator

“I thought the workshop was valuable and facilitated well. Great techniques to take away, having a couple of things to do for you over the day, week or year. Great to take some perspective.” “Very practical and easy to apply.” “Natalie gave an insight into ways of looking after ourselves.”

Slow Down Retreat attendees, Self-Care Workshop 23 November 2019

Often people attempt to live their lives backwards; they try to have more things or more money in order to do more of what they want so that they will be happier. The way it actually works is the reverse. You must first be who you really are then do what you need to do in order to have what you want. — Margaret Young