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Group coaching course

When a loved one has fatigue...

how to care for them & yourself

Why do I need this course?

A fatigue-related condition doesn’t only impact the life of the person who is directly experiencing the health challenge, it often changes things for their loved ones too. 

The person you love and care for is still there, they just can’t live the life they used to be able to live - not for now, anyway. It’s very possible for them to achieve improvements and even full recovery, but it takes time, patience and a lot of adjustment.

One of the most important things someone with extreme fatigue must do is reprioritise what they use their valuable energy on. They have to make sensible decisions around what they should do every single day, and that’s bound to impact you too. They might also experience emotional ups and downs that you’re not used to them displaying. Adjusting to this can be tough for those of you who are supporting them, as can knowing how you can best help them.


This course will help you process how this is affecting your life too, and give you guidance around how to best support your loved one on their recovery journey, while looking after yourself too.

Who is this course for?

I’ve helped hundreds of people find ways to improve how they’re living with, and coping with, a fatigue related condition. And along the way I’ve also had the opportunity to support and guide the loved ones of some of these people. This has given me a unique insight and experience, which I’ve now used to design the content for this group coaching course for those who are caring for loved ones with fatigue.

  • If you want to support your loved one in the best possible way, but have found yourself feeling a little confused about what they’re going through, this course is for you.

  • If you’ve found it difficult to accept the changes that have been introduced as a result of your loved one’s fatigue, this course is also for you.

What will it give me?

Delivered over two 2-hour group coaching sessions, two weeks apart, this programme will cover the following:

  • Why a fatigue related condition is one of the toughest things for your loved one to find themselves tackling

  • Reassurance that improvements are very achievable (including some real examples)

  • A deeper insight into how your loved one is probably feeling, even though they might not have been able to find the words to explain

  • What your loved one needs to focus on most in order to achieve improvements to their symptoms and overall condition

  • How you can help and support them with this

  • Top tips about things you can do to ensure things go as well as possible for all of you

  • Tools and techniques to help YOU stay positive and calm as your loved one’s fatigue rescue journey continues.

All of this will be underpinned by plenty of opportunities at each session to discuss and process what you’re going through. As well as constructive discussions about how to take the guidance I’ll give and incorporate it into your home life. 

The final 30 minutes of each session will be a free-format group Q&A giving you the chance to ask me direct questions about specific situations you’re dealing with, so that I can help you (and your loved one) tackle things in the best way possible.

What else do I need to know?

The complete price for both sessions is £50*, and places are limited to 20 to allow for small group discussions. 


Webinar dates and times are:

  • 7pm - 9pm on Tuesday 9th November

  • 7pm - 9pm on Tuesday 23rd November

As this is a group coaching event, attendance at both sessions is key. However, they will be recorded and securely shared afterwards to allow you to replay any sections you'd like to hear again.

Purchasing a ticket indicates you intend to attend both sessions, I regret refunds will not be given for partial attendance.


Times are UK (GMT) please click here to convert to your local timezone:

(*RRP £60: this first intake is reduced in recognition that this is a new event)

Two session group coaching package: £50
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