S2 E3 : Existential Coach to Creative Men

15th November 2018

Dizzy Maggs consults with an integrity of purpose and seeks to guide clients towards full integration, emotional fluency and conscious contribution. She is concerned with global healing and sustainable futures, and regards personal responsibility as the key to collective recovery; appreciating the utter relativity of the individual to the whole. An enigmatic tour de force, she bridges well the gap between the intellectual and the spiritual, offering a language for both, and in dialogue, invites any theme from daily dilemma to abstract concept. With a breadth of Life experience and 20 years in the creative industry, she coaches with both artistry and wisdom.

Categories : Coaching psychology

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