Aslan Coaching is proud to partner with:

Dr Corina Grace

dr-corina-graceCorina is MD of Grace Consulting and is a senior coach, occupational psychologist, lecturer,  author and group analyst. She has a proven track record for over 25 years in designing and implementing major restructuring and organisational change projects, and has advised and consulted with senior managers on role redesign, performance management and the recruitment, retention and development of high potentials. She has a special interest in group analysis having recently achieved an MSc in Group Analysis and she runs clinical group analytic psychotherapy groups as well as organisational group analysis programmes and group coaching supervision. In 2016 she became the first Irish person to win the prestigious G.A.S.I. International Student Essay Competition with a paper titled “Endings and Loss in Mergers and Acquisitions: An Exploration of Group Analytic Theory“.

Lisa is Programme Manager for Grace Consulting and also delivers some of Grace Consulting’s bespoke coaching programmes, such as:

Returning to Work after Maternity Leave – a coaching programme co-delivered with Dr Corina Grace for successful transition and balance.

Take Charge of Your Career and Find a Job You Really Love” – an intensive personalised programme based on Dr Corina Grace’s highly rated book.

Lisa is also on the Centre For School Leadership Coaching Panel for School Principals in the Dublin North East area, as one of Grace Consulting’s coaches for that area.

Dr Fidelma Farley

fidelma-farleyFidelma is a mindful life and business coach who brings her expertise as a mindfulness trainer and practitioner to her coaching practice. Presence, kindness and awareness are the cornerstones of Fidelma’s coaching sessions. She holds a space of exploration and discovery, of creativity and encouragement, which enables the client to connect more deeply with their values and their own vision. She believes that each person has within themselves the resources to grow and develop and to experience a more fulfilling and satisfying life. Her commitment as a coach is to help the client identify what will allow them to achieve this, how to work with external and internal obstacles, and to support them in their path to greater fulfillment in their life and work.

Caitri­ona Ni­ Charra

Caitri­ona is the owner of Vision Coaching and provides personal development, business and executive coaching, change management coaching, household budgeting and money management coaching, coaching for people coping with post-adoption search and reunion, career change and retirement coaching, group facilitation and training. Having spent 21 years working in the Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS), Caitriona was also a member of an international committee dealing with debt and debt collection practices across Europe. She has been a member of the Financial Services Ombudsman Council since 2004 and is a former Chairperson of Galway Citizens Information Centre.

Fergus Grimes

fergus-grimes-1A qualified pharmacist and psychotherapist, and now a business, executive and personal coach, Fergus brings over 25 years of experience in healthcare, business and leadership roles to his coaching practice. Fergus’s clients include individuals, business owners and leaders who wish to improve their networking and presentation skills, increase their self efficacy, improve their time management, build effective teams, successfully delegate and nurture future leaders for effective succession planning.

Jane Campion

Jane Campion is Director of HealthCare Minds Ltd and a practising Registered General Nurse with a first class Honours Masters in Health Sciences (Primary Care). Jane’s experience spans a variety of settings from Travel Health, Clinical Research to Homecare, with extensive experience in General Practice.

In addition to her clinical work, Jane is an educator and mentor to other healthcare professionals and a writer of educational texts. Jane is committed to evidence based best practice and is an advocate for the continuity and holistic care that Primary and Community Care can provide. She has been a guest lecturer for a range of organisations such as the IPNA, ICGP, Pharmaceutical companies, and the RCSI.

Jane is also co-organiser of Health 2.0 Dublin, is one of 70+ chapters in cities around the globe, it brings together leaders of the Irish healthcare innovation scene to promote, showcase and catalyse new technologies in healthcare.