Hey there, I’m Ray.

I hope you’re well & Welcome to my online space.

Who am I?

Let me introduce myself.

I joined the Royal Navy when I was 16 years old. A year later I was drafted onto a marine carrier with over 1,000 marines on board. Almost immediately we sailed for Aden to assist the army. In Aden I was seriously injured and sent to the Royal Navy hospital in Singapore I suffered from PTSD, thankfully a mild form.

There were many more PTSD sufferers in the hospital. We spent hours talking about the effects that the PTSD had on us and trying to make sense of it. Little did I know at the time that it would be the start of my Coaching career. There were no guidelines to follow, and no organising bodies to look to for assistance. For the following years, it grew very slowly and organically. In those days there was not such a thing as a Life Coach but the networking process had started.

Over the next few years, I had service people contacting me for help. Gradually it expanded to people who suffered from a number of other more general problems in their lives. In 1988 I decided to reach out and offer my services to people who might need help. More often than not many just needed someone to talk to and offer both a new outlook on life or gentle guidance of how they might get more from life than they were currently experiencing.

Fortunately, today Life Coaches have an excellent support system and offer a much more professional service that I couldn’t offer in my early years. When you hire me you’ll be paying for almost forty years of hands on experience and I will only help you if you want to begin helping yourself.

The life tools that I give you will change your life in a relatively short period of time.

Will you have to work at it?
Will it take a little time to master?

With PTSD sufferers’ they are fighting for their lives to gain what we would call a normal life. If you can display this type of courage, I would be proud and very pleased to talk to and support you.

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