Amela d, London

“I Really loved working with Charlie as my coach and I highly recommend working with her. Charlie was supportive, warm and encouraging in helping me identify what it is that I am trying to do with my career, to find the right focus and uncover the strengths and ambitions that drive me.” 

Elmostafa Aissao, USA.

"Working with Charlotte Whalley has been a great blessing to me. She has been remarkably supportive, gentle and compassionate yet skillfully adept at helping me focus on what is really important to me, what stands in my way and what next steps I want and need to take to accomplish my goals.

She is a great listener. I really feel heard, and that has been key to my trusting the coaching process. And she has fantastic, creative ideas that I've found eye-opening, simple and practical. I've been surprised to find myself, after every session, muttering, it's amazing to me, looking back at the process, how someone could help me cut through the brambles to be able to visualize some key goals.

It may be trite, but true: that just taking one step--in this case, beginning the coaching process--seems to open doors. Things began to fall into place, largely, I think, because Charlotte is so tuned in to the needs and inspiration of the moment. I definitely recommend her if you are looking for great listener, you'll be in great hands if you decide to work with her."


"Charlie is an ideal coach, as someone that has a broad and varied background and career, and someone that is kind, constructive, empathetic and is also soothingly ‘therapeutic’. She instilled in me a sense of self-efficacy and empowerment to be better, to balance life priorities realistically, to take stock of and feel proud of achievements, and to counter the feeling that one is ‘never good enough’. She has a prolific range of insights from which she draws to support the development of strategies that become part of a different way of thinking, encouraging an evaluation of existing habits and mindset and facing challenges with more assertiveness. Externalising fears can be the first step towards building a more confident and purposeful self and when this is done with the support of someone like Charlie it will give you the power to break out of the mould that we – or society – find ourselves inhabiting, restricting our growth and capacity to flourish. Charlie's guidance has unreservedly given me the ability to achieve this."