Hi and a very warm welcome to “The Emoji Coach” Website

Empowering the young to grow and transform

The Emoji Coach method fills the developmental gap by running essential life skills programs for children and Youths aged 8-22yrs, parents, and teachers

We work exclusively with children and young adults who struggle with the following→

Lack of confidence and low self esteem     

Challenging behaviour     

Difficulty managing their emotions     

Stress and anxiety      

Maintaining and forming friendships     

A negative “I cant” attitude      

Libby Steggles-Ginn Is an International Transformational Coach and is also qualified as an NLP Practitioner, Advanced PSYCH-K and Mindfulness Facilitator and teaches Meditation.

Libby works with children parents and teachers who have emotional blocks preventing them from moving forward, helping them to look after their well-being by connecting to and regulating their emotions.

I am a passionate International Transformational Coach, on a mission to support children, parents and teachers to cultivate emotional well-being in today’s pressured and overwhelming world.

 Libby has worked with children and youths on a one to one who has self-harmed, suffered from depression and anxiety and successfully helped them to leave it all behind and move forward to a happy and healthy life, one that they deserve.

Libby has recently joint run a programme for yr 7 girls in a free school helping them with their confidence and self-esteem and has had great results!

Another programme that Libby wrote was for KS2 children again to help them with their confidence and self-esteem.

Her expertise and experience enable her to specialise in helping them to tap into their potential by providing interactive programmes to help and support them to access and control their emotions.

I am passionate about helping kids, young people, parents and teachers grow their self esteem and confidence so they can be who they truly are instead of being lost in the dark, so they can feel happy and free and live a healthier and more resilient life.

I have the empathy and understanding to be able to connect with children as they all deserve to believe in themselves and understand themselves. Everybody does!

I myself was a very insecure little girl with no confidence and quite often felt alone and scared, I would have loved to have had the opportunity to be a part of a programme like this. I have a huge amount of passion to make a difference to children’s and youths lives. This is where my heart lies!

Children are the future leaders so lets help them to be good leaders.

Libby Is happily married and lives in Leeds with their two wonderful children Cameron and Charlotte.

My children have taught me so much about life and myself.

With having a passion in life for helping people to grow and transform, developing the brand and programme of “The emojiCoach” was a dream come true for me and I am really looking forward to taking this worldwide to help as many children, youths, parents and teachers as I can. It doesn’t matter what stage you are in life or who you are, connecting with your emotions and building your self esteem and confidence is crucial for people to grow and transform. It helps make the world more harmonious and creates compassion.

 

Libby is currently working closely with teachers helping them with their well-being.

The rates of mental illness in children and “Burnout” in teachers in the UK are on the rise, and we strongly believe children, young people and adults who take part in THE EMOJI COACH programmes will have a greater emotional wellbeing  and so will help to lower rates of mental illness  now and in the future. WE ARE THE PREVENTATIVE!


Qualifications:

  • Meditation Accredited diploma teaching course
  • Diploma in Mindfulness
  • Advanced Facilitator in PSYCH-K 2015 
  • Basic PSYCH-K
  • Certified Practitioner in NLP, Hypnotherapy and Timeline Therapy 2011
  • Diploma in Youth Coaching 2010
  • Diploma Personal Development Coaching 2009
  • Certificate in Counselling and Therapeutic Skills 2002

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