Gemma Levitas MBACP, FPC 

PsychotherapistPersonal Development Coach | Life Coach

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Gemma Levitas is a BACP registered Coach, Mentor & Clinical Psychotherapist. Her former clinical work gives her a profound depth of understanding in the Psychology of Human Behaviour.


 3 key areas in which Gemma works:

  • 1:1 Coaching. Helping people to develop both personally and professionally.

  • Executive & Leadership Coaching. Helping Leaders take their effectiveness to the next level. Click here for more.

  • Career transitions. Coaching students, job changers and school leavers transition confidently to a new working environment.

Gemma also designs and delivers talks, short courses and group workshops. Check out her latest talk & workshop series Work Secrets©


There are loads of coaches out there, so, why Gemma?


Because her combination of skills is rare and unique.  


Gemma's clinical experience gives her an edge over her competitors. She has a depth of understanding in human psychology and how the unconscious mind works, gained though years of clinical work. Gemma helps her clients get to the root of their challenges and move forward with increased effectiveness.

Gemma provides a safe, non-judgemental space in which to do this. Clients have the reassurance of knowing that they are working with a Coach with 10+ years of client experience.

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Gemma Coaches for effectiveness in relationships, and not just working ones! She advises on how to communicate in personal relationships too:

Lost connection with your Partner?
Try re-meeting them.

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"Re-meeting your Partner" is a process Gemma created and uses in her work with those wanting to encourage or rediscover connection in their relationship. It includes 7 ways to improve:​

  • Communication

  • Conflict resolution

  • Trust

  • Boundaries

  • Empathy

  • Intimacy (both sexual and non-sexual)

  • Unity


The bonus is, following these 7 tips will encourage the brain to release oxytocin, the bonding hormone! So, as with much of Gemma's work, there's science behind it too. 

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