I'm Angela Gullone MPH,BSc(Hon).
I'm passionate about building resiliency and empowering all young people to create, contribute and grow. My coaching bridges the gap between the later years in education and early employment by supporting you to buildup confidence as you begin to shape your identity, explore your strengths and decide on how you wish to contribute in work & life. I support you to develop your self-trust and self-worth, which will give you the courage and confidence to start living a life of your own choosing.
My training includes the following accreditations: I’m a Psychologist, Life Coach and accredited Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway trainer®. I’m a Graduate member of The British Psychological Society (BPS) and have an Enhanced Disclosure Certificate, with no record of convictions, cautions, reprimands and warnings, dated January 2016.
I’ve wide-ranging experience in academic and charitable sectors using and developing psychological research. My work has been concerned with understanding what helps or hinders well-being and recovery.
You can view my LinkedIn Webpage here for more details about my academic and professional history.
Learn more about me and what I like to do when I'm not coaching
I grew up in sunny Australia and in my 20’s I travelled overseas for the first time and got wanderlust. I’ve travelled extensively and have worked in the United Kingdom, Australia, Italy and Saudi Arabia.
After living abroad for 17 years, I returned to Australia in 2017. I'm now based in Melbourne and live with my husband, daughter and crazy cat Daisy. I’m easy going, love to have fun and a laugh. In my spare time, I enjoy nothing more than to catch up with friends and fire up the BBQ.
I'm all about balance-body, mind & spirit
I love my work but always make time to relax. I'm a keen walker and love to jog. I'm a member of several sports groups which include the local health club. To keep my mind and emotions flowing, I like to meditate, use affirmations and walk in nature.
I'm a bit of a rebel too
I’ve taken a stand against issues of inequality that affected myself as a new mother. When the local bus company in Edinburgh introduced a ban of buggies on their services, I rallied alongside some other new mums against the ban. We were awarded the campaign of the year by The Herald Society in 2009.