It’s the season of New Year’s resolutions and setting goals for the year ahead. Our life coaches — who deliver our Hero’s Journey life coaching programme to young people under 25 in prisons across London — know all too well how challenging it can be to make a change.
Last week, our life coaches were featured on two BBC Radio stations to discuss the power our life coaching programme has for prisoners, what it takes to turn your life around in prison and why reducing reoffending makes us all safer.
Catch up with our coaches by clicking the links below to listen and share!
BBC Radio London, Breakfast Programme
Our life coach Lilian Flynn on how life coaching works to help young people in prison change their lives and move away from crime, ultimately reducing reoffending to make society safer for everyone.
Our life coaches Nina Bainbridge and Lilian Flynn on what life coaching is and how it works in prison to reduce reoffending. Nina and Lilian are joined by Ian Acheson (a former prison governor and qualified life coach), and Simeon Moore (a former gang member who has been in prison and found life coaching).