My name is Trevor and I was born in New York City and raised in Atlanta. I made Dublin my home after meeting my wife here 21 years ago. We now have two wonderful children, a 15 year old boy and a 11 year old girl – a ‘gentleman’s family’, or so they tell me.
I have a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Boston University and I’ve been working with children, teenagers, mothers and fathers since 1996. This experience has included pre-schools, special schools, youth work, family work, counselling, special needs work, and mental health work.
I discovered Coaching and went on to get a Post-Graduate qualification from the Irish Management Institute in Dublin to become a Professional Coach. I’m gratified by helping people and I realized that Coaching is the best way for me to do that.
As a coach, you win when someone else does. Your pleasure comes from being part of someone else’s process, and helping them see different ways in which they can create the results they want. This becomes incredibly fulfilling for the coach, and a huge motivation to continue coaching.
I couldn’t agree more! I love Coaching and it seems to come very naturally to me. I’m quite a sensitive person, with a healthy dollop of empathy to boot, and I believe this makes me want to work with and help others relentlessly.
Ultimately, I care about my clients and strive to do everything I can to make things better for them. I take the responsibility of helping others very seriously, but I also enjoy it. I truly hope you will grant me the privilege of working with you.
As a member of the Irish Association for Coaching, I adhere to professional standards of excellence, especially with regard to the ethics of Coaching.
My approach is non-judgemental, empathic, supportive and respectful, with complete confidentiality.