Obehi Alofoje

Obehi Alofoje

Education and Experience: After graduating from the University of West London with a BSc Psychology, Obehi worked as a student counsellor at Uxbridge College (2003-2005) for higher education students who were struggling with the pressures and stresses associated with preparing for entry to university. She then returned to university to complete a Masters in Counselling Psychology before applying her skills as a psychology practitioner.

Professional Skills and Expertise: Obehi is a Psychologist and Stress Management Coach. She is a personal performance and behaviour change expert with a speciality in mental wellbeing and addiction. Since 2007, Obehi has worked with individuals and their families to empower them to overcome self-sabotaging and unhelpful behaviours and to manage their stress and anxieties. Obehi is a qualified Professional Coach who uses GROW model, examines Values & Beliefs, and analyses DISC personality profiling, to support individuals and teams. She is now the co-founder of Aurora Wellness UK, a company established to enable professional women to enhance their personal and business effectiveness. Obehi has a Diploma in Personal Performance Coaching, 2015 and is a graduate member of the BPS. Her areas of specialism include stress and mental health management, addiction recovery, and generalised anxiety disorders.

International Experience: individual coaching clients internationally including Europe, UAE, USA and Africa.

Indicative Clients: CGL, The Well Being Pod, Uxbridge College and Rabarmacs Associates.

Coaching Style and Approach: her coaching approach is non judgemental, confidential, collaborative and empowering using a unique blend of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and the fundamentals (GROW model) of Coaching. This is known as Cognitive Behavioural Coaching (CBC). The topic areas that she focuses on and has most experience in are: anxiety, depression, work-life balance, managing stress, managing relationships at work, imposter phenomenon/syndrome and substance misuse and addiction recovery.