I am here to offer you an invitation for you to consider your current needs, values and aspirations in your professional and personal life : to find a way of developing an interface between the two that enables you to enjoy your "one wild precious life"
Time is an issue for us all, I am offering a range of skills, techniques, diagnostics and self development strategies that will help you to
Take your time
Take your time and
Take your Time
Whether in pursuit of business success, professional goals or personal enrichment and fulfillment.
I have worked both a a salaried professional and as a successful business woman and independent consultant for many many years, and love what I do. My work has ranged from conflict resolution within a profession emerging from the tyranny of political oppression, to work in industry, hospitals, GP practices, multidisciplinary teams in many European countries, involving executive coaching, team building, dealing with change, creating new visions championing success and managing transitions. At the heart of each of these encounters are human beings doing the best they can do and sometimes failing through lack of alternative perspectives.
I can offer, above all, a tailor made service for you as a person responsible for others’ wellbeing, productivity and success, as well as dedicated time for you as a human being often isolated from support by the very nature of your role and responsibilities. I have provided a temnos, a private and reflective space in which to attend to the interface between ones private and professional life and be able to voice the worries and concerns which are not usually expressed in the workplace to a number of key individuals in business, medicine, the services and in political life.
Julie Hewson is a highly creative and experienced professional. She has built her own very successful institute. She has a renaissance mind and easily moves from her artistry in the visual arts to the work of the psychotherapist and consultant. I highly regard the depth of her insight into human behavior and her translation of that knowledge into effective practice.
Professor Elizabeth Holloway