Your Tailored Pacing Programme

Price: £199 / $285

When you’re struggling to cope with extreme fatigue, the thought of getting to a stage where you’re coping even a little better can feel so elusive. 

The key to moving from feeling that your life has been robbed, to getting back on your feet and learning to cope, is a successful Pacing strategy. Pacing is simple in theory but can be challenging to get right. Everybody’s life is different, and so a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work.


This standalone package is for those of you who would like my professional help in getting this key aspect of coping right, drawing on the expertise I’ve gained from helping others like you get their lives back.


Sessions are held either face to face or by Zoom, and include:

  • A two hour 1:2:1 deep-dive workshop to create your personalised pacing approach, incorporating the most valuable elements I've identified while coaching others to success

  • One 30 minute quick-check-in session to use when you need some quick advice

  • A follow-up 60 minute review where we'll assess and adjust your approach to ensure you’re going forward in the best possible way

  • A 'My Life Rescue' journal and pen set for you to use to track your progress. 



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Client testimonial 

"I came across Pamela's website via a Long Covid support group on Facebook at a time when I was very low and tired of waiting for an NHS referral to a fatigue clinic, after almost 6 months of post-Covid fatigue. I'm so glad I took the step of contacting her for a chat and then signed up for her pacing programme. Pamela is friendly and easy to talk to but completely professional. She knows what she's talking about - from both personal and professional experience as well as training and research. Most of all it helped to talk to someone who understood what I was going through and gave me hope that recovery is possible."  

Jo, London