For teens

Maybe you’re not sure what introversion is, but you feel that you are different to others around you.  

You’re often quiet (although not always), and you feel that you are constantly expected to speak up, to join in and to be more outgoing even though that doesn’t feel comfortable for you.

  • Do you feel that you are different to others due to your need for peace and quiet?
  • Do teachers complain that you are too quiet and need to contribute more in class?
  • Do you feel exhausted after a day of being around people and need some time alone to recharge?
  • Do you prefer to work alone or in small groups?
  • Do you find your brain freezes if you are asked a question, but you think of plenty of things to say after the fact?
  • Do you prefer being with one other friend rather than in a large group?
  • Do you sometimes feel that you are invisible or ignored by your louder peers?

This may mean that you are introverted. If you are, you’re not alone.  

Did you know that as much as 50% of the population is introvert? Introversion has lots of strengths and benefits such as being observant, thoughtful, independent, thinking before you speak and an excellent problem solver. It is definitely not something that needs to be fixed, even if some people may make you feel that way.

Our world is geared towards the extrovert ideal which can make it hard for the quieter among us. Introverts have their own unique skills and talents, which don’t stop them from doing or being anything that they want to be. In a world where we are all encouraged to speak up, to join in, to be more outgoing, introverts – who make up approximately 50% of the population – can feel excluded, broken or less than. 

Extroversion works brilliantly for extroverts; introverts need an introvert-friendly way of doing things.

If your quiet nature is making life hard for you, and you are exhausted by the constant noise and chatter that surrounds you, you may find it helpful to learn more about what introversion is and understand how you can achieve anything you want to by working with rather than against it. I can help you. I know what it feels like to be an introvert in an extrovert’s world.

 How you will benefit:

  • Less stress and anxiety – at home and at school
  • Improved communication
  • Better understanding and self-awareness
  • Greater resilience
  • Increased clarity and focus
  • Higher self-esteem and self-confidence

You can find out more about introversion here.

I offer courses, workshops and coaching to help make life easier for you. I strongly believe that self-understanding is key to being able to thrive. And that’s what I want to help you do: thrive.



The understanding of quiet and its innate power

Courses, Coaching and Workshops

introduction to introversion

– for teens

For teens to reduce stress

Understand and embrace introversion

This is an online course to help support introverted teens as they learn to understand and work with their introversion.

Contact me to find out more.


1:1 coaching

– for teens

Work with me 1:1 to either complement the course or as standalone support will help you learn tools and strategies to make life easier.  

Coaching is a safe space, where we can talk without judgement and you will find your voice and identify what you need to move forward and thrive. Coaching sessions are solution-focused and practical.

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– for teens

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