Michael Mahoney has been providing confidential mentoring for many years.  

Providing services to new professionals into practice, as well as those who are looking for a change in practice direction.  

From personal to professional mentoring Michael provides a confidential sounding board to his professional clients.

With over 36 years in practice Michael has lots to offer, in addition to his in-practice work, he has experience in providing occupational health services, outplacement services, and has been working with NHS and private health service providers since 1995.  

He has experience working with corporate organisations as well as with local government employers and employees.

So whether you are new into practice and want an experienced private platform to bounce your ideas around, or a short cut the route to practice success, or you are a seasoned professional who is looking for a confidential outlet to discuss your work or personal pressures and demands, then consider Michael's services.

Sessions for 1 hour,  2 hour,  half day, or full day available.

Sessions held in North Yorkshire or via Skype.   Contact Michael using the contact form on this site for more information or to express an interest in this service.


Testimonial Received 3rd June 2020

MarcM Therapy The Stress Specialist - Leamington Spa, Warwickshire UK.

Hi Mike

It has been just over a month since we finished the mentoring process. I have left it this long before writing as I wanted to make sure I have assimilated (the best I can) what I had learned during our time together.

The first thing that comes to mind is how essential the time we spent together has been on my development as a therapist, on my understanding of what it is I want to do and, on my motivation, to get on and do it.

Though I believe I chose one of the better hypnotherapy training courses, I am not convinced that the training was complete insomuch as, yes, I learned interventions and how to cross the T’s and dot the I’s when setting up a therapy practice, but not necessarily how to be a therapist (or maybe the therapist I want to be). The training didn’t touch on the responsibility of being a therapist. It didn’t ask the question, “why do you want to be a therapist?”, and then “How do you want to do it?”.

These are the questions you asked and I answered. The diploma training gave me the tools and how to use them, the mentoring with you directed my skills and desires on where best to use these tools with confidence.

I would, without hesitation, recommend to anyone either newly qualified or struggling with direction/confidence/motivation and who wants to take their responsibility as a therapist seriously, that they invest in your mentoring programme. The training we receive at college is only the beginning of the learning process. What you offer, Mike, is the knowledge of 33 years of practical experience and success.

Thank you for everything you have done for me and I hope our relationship is only just beginning.

All the very best Mike.