Rosie has a varied work background from client account management in print and design to museum education (including a brief stint as a chocolatier!). She trained as a coach after receiving coaching herself helped her to manage her diagnosis of ADHD and Dyslexia as an adult and get clearer about the work she wanted to do and the impact she wanted to have.
Rosie gained her Diploma in Transformational Coaching with Animas in 2019 and loved the process so much, in 2020 she left her day job to focus on coaching full time. She now has her own coaching practice (www.rosieartheycoaching.com) and is passionate about using
the tools of coaching to support neurodivergent clients. Alongside her coaching practice, she is a volunteer Career Mentor for a neurodiversity charity and an Associate Coach for a social enterprise that supports neurodivergent clients.
Clients and colleagues describe Rosie as warm, engaged, compassionate and insightful and she aims to bring these qualities to both her coaching and facilitation spaces.