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Zanita Fletcher

Zanita Fletcher


I see: individuals, adults, teens

Time zone: AEST (Australia)

Fee per 50-min session: $35

Modalities: Google meet, email

Specialties: anxiety, coping skills, depression, difficult relationships, grief, health issues, life transitions, relationship issues, school issues, self-esteem issues, stress

Languages: English

Approaches used: solution-focused

Relevant trainings, certifications, etc: Youth Mentor Certificate

Abide Network Certifications: Abide Helper Training, Anxiety & Depression Relief Workshop

Zanita Fletcher is a lover of people who is passionate about helping them experience more joy in their lives. She has worked with all ages facilitating workshops for high school girls; running young adult and youth groups; volunteering in schools and orphanages in Asia; teaching and mentoring at youth camps; running women’s groups; and facilitating mental health and lifestyle workshops in her local community. She has a Bachelor in Professional and Creative Writing, is a Certified Youth Mentor, and has completed her Abide Helper Training Certificate. Her work with young girls covers issues such as self-care, body image, relationships, and health. She is also passionate about helping those with depression and anxiety, and helping people maximize their day-to-day life by creating good habits.

What do you like best about coaching?

Coaching is an incredible way to identify what is inhibiting one from living a better life. I love that it allows me to journey alongside people as they seek to grow and become the best versions of themselves.

Why did you choose to do coaching?

Having had a number of coaches in my own life, I have experienced the blessing it is to have someone listen and guide you through things. Life can be wild and rough sometimes and I believe we need each other to get through it. Coaching has helped me personally get through depression, anxiety, heartbreak, betrayal and family conflict. It has helped me form healthy habits, gain clearer direction and make progress in different areas of my life. I’ve fought hard for my peace and happiness, and I’m here to help others do the same.

How do you recharge on your day off?

I always start my day with a dip in the ocean. After that I might read or write, make some nourishing food, dream a little, ponder a little, play the guitar, or go climbing. I like to end my day with a walk to watch the sunset or moonrise. Spending time with my closest people always fills my cup, so I’ll add them in wherever I can.

What are your three favorite things?

Camping, surfing, and a hearty bowl of daal… all in the company of good friends.

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