ABOUT SABRINA PERCY
"To really optimise a human being you need to take a truly holistic approach."
Sabrina Percy is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) accredited by the International Coaching Federation, a Certified Human Potential & Executive Coach, founder of Centien, member of The British Psychological Society's Special Group in Coaching Psychology and Fellow at the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital an affiliate of Harvard Medical school.
Sabrina is a behavioural change expert working with organisations and individuals to achieve meaningful goal attainment.
"I’ve always been fascinated by human behaviour and the more I learnt about it the more drawn to it I became. It was interesting to discover the complex interactions between the human mind, behaviour, will, psychological identity, attribution and narrative psychology.
We have such a rich amount of theories on human psychology, philosophy and an increasing new library of research and literature on neuroscience and how biology affects behaviour. It’s like we’ve reached a fantastic new level of knowledge and information, and yet at the same time it eternally opens up new questions of the unexplainable and unknown.
My drive is that I merely wish to understand these processes enough to be able to assimilate them into a united technique that allows for effective and sustained positive behavioural change.
I often think of how many goals we could achieve if we all just got out of our own ways. All of us have both the being, and the human that drives and funnels our experience of life.
It’s become my mission to facilitate human growth and transformation. I truly believe that each individual human has a unique potential for positive meaning and contribution that is often stifled by ailments and limiting psychological processes. I simply wish to alleviate the latter so that the former can flourish.
Clients often come to me with 1 foot on the gas, and 1 foot on the break. It’s through the coaching conversation that the client is able to identify why might their foot be on the break, and then simply just to take it off, and allow themselves to truly accelerate towards their goals.
For me the difference between coaching and therapy is that therapy asks what would take someone from -10 to 0, coaching asks what would take someone from 0 to +10?
In search of the answer, I've studied topics such as Neuroscience, Psychology, Philosophy, Biology and Spirituality.
My practice is ever-evolving to incorporate new findings and methods to optimise positive and sustained behavioural change."
"Sabrina brings out the strength within us - enabling us to overcome any emotional mountain."
"It was transformative and the impact is lasting long after the sessions ended"