Angie Alderman

Angie is a solution-focused, cognitive behavioural coach, who can help you overcome inhibiting fears that prevent you from achieving your goals. So that you can put your energy and focus into making things happen in the way you want.  Angie is also a professionally trained actress, who has been working with individuals and corporate clients on improving performance skills and confidence since 2009.

How does Cognitive Behavioural Coaching work?

Cognitive Behavioural Coaching (CBC) is a solution focused, collaborative process to help you create action plans, and achieve your goals.  Past experiences are only drawn upon to gain an understanding about how they have influenced your way of thinking. Through the CBC process Angie will provide you with the tools and techniques that will enable you to become your own coach, and you will gain a better understanding of your own emotions and motivations.

Presentation & Public Speaking Skills

Do you have a presentation, a speaking engagement, an interview or even a date, that you would like to prepare for? Angie can give you the tools to improve your story telling abilities, to increase your confidence, and to help you to engage more effectively with your audience. A typical session may include role-play and cover acting techniques, body language, and voice (tone and pitch).


An important part of the coaching process is developing a working relationship between the coach and the client, as this enables personal awareness and change. A typical session runs for 50 minutes, however to properly address specific issues, it is advisable to have frequent sessions, starting with a series of 6-8. Appointments are available weekdays in studio 2 and can be booked online up to 24 hours prior.


£68 per individual session