Dr Rachel Berrisford is a registered Medical Practitioner with additional Specialist training in mental health, a Personal and Professional Coach, and champion for change. She is the researcher, speaker, author and facilitator of various Communication Skills Programmes, and a health and wellbeing assessor and educator with a particular interest in workplace health and culture.
Rachel has worked in both public and private mental health and in the tertiary education sector in Australia and the United Kingdom for over 20 years. She is an expert in Communication Skills, having worked for several years in the Communication and Clinical Practice Domain at Notre Dame University Medical School, latterly as Associate Professor and Chair of the Domain.
Since 2015, Rachel has also worked within the field of Occupational Medicine, providing physical and psychological assessments, advice and coaching regarding the impact of work on health and vice versa.
Rachel’s core values of health, balance, wisdom, integrity, respect and creativity are the motivators behind her passion and holistic approach in creating coaching relationships in which each and every client is empowered to realise their true potential.
• Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)
• Bachelor of Science (BSc Hons)
• Membership of The Royal College of Psychiatrists (MRCPsych)
• Advanced Diploma in Life Coaching
• Executive and Organisational Coaching Certificate
• Change Management Professional Certification
Vision: To run a successful, client-centred, holistic coaching business dedicated to promoting Personal, Professional and Organisational health and wellbeing.
Mission: Creating coaching relationships in which each and every client is empowered to realise their true potential.
Values: Valuing and acknowledging; the uniqueness and expertise of each client and their aspirations, and the importance of health and balance through wisdom, humour and creativity.