I help people struggling with work-life stress to take control and find balance.
Are you living in balance?
  • You know you 'should' work less but don't know how
  • You feel destined to be overwhelmed with work
It doesn’t have to be like that.

You can find freedom from the treadmill of life. You can find balance between work, family and other commitments.

You will be guided to: 

1. Reflect on your work-life balance

Take a step back: is your life in balance?

2. Find the right work-life balance for you

What do you want? Learn how to answer this question.

Is your work-life balance in alignment with your values?

3. Realise what is sabotaging your work-life balance

Learn the worst thing for ruining work-life balance: you are probably doing it every day

4. How to get work and life in alignment

Discover the simple techniques to feeling balanced and in control.

I can help you balance life and work.
I have 17 years’ experience, including as Senior Scientist at the University of Cambridge. I have helped thousands of people improve their health behaviours and wellbeing. Using this experience, and that of escaping the treadmill of severe work-related stress myself, I developed my unique 4-step system which allows you to find control and balance your life. This means you can still excel in your career without compromising family life and other commitments.

Find freedom from the treadmill of work-life stress. Choose a time for your first session.
Are you living in balance?

Our unique system will be tailored for you in one-to-one coaching sessions.

We also offer corporate and workplace training seminars.

In individual coaching or corporate training you will:

A - Aware: Reflect on work-life balance.

Using life mapping, you consider your personal situation. Taking a step back to reflect can help us realise what is out of balance.

B - Balance: Find the right work-life balance.

Everyone has a different healthy balance point.  Using a 3-step values exercise, you will discover your core values and see how these align with your current situation. We will discuss a common problem with decision making that gets us stuck with an unhealthy balance.

C - Could: Realise what is sabotaging work-life balance.

Work-life balance is easily ruined by ‘should’. We discuss the simple mindset shift of using ‘could’ not ‘should’ to prioritise and ease work-life balance stress. We discuss the power of focusing on one thing to make an improvement.

D - Do it: Get work and life in alignment.

An easy way to feel balanced and in control is to simply realise that we can choose what we do. We discuss the paradox of choice and responsibility and how reconciling this can improve wellbeing, balance, and control without necessarily changing anything else.

Hear from people who have worked with me
"Thank you very very much for your support and I really enjoyed working with you. THANK YOU VERY MUCH"

- From Cambridge, UK
"Brilliant. It is doable and sustainable and I feel a lot better."

- From South Wales, UK
"Thank you so much for all your support! I have really loved it because of your great guidance and thoughtful advice."

- From Texas, USA
"You are amazing. I have absolutely cherished my time working with you."

- From Norwich, UK
Dr Kirsten Keighley

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Dr Kirsten Keighley Ltd is a registered company in England and Wales (Company number 12673809). Registered office 36 Butt Lane, Milton, Cambridge, CB24 6DG. 07592 125077, kirsten@drkirstenkeighley.com


The information in this website is not intended as medical advice. It is intended as sharing of knowledge and information from the research and experience of Dr Kirsten Keighley on behalf of Dr Kirsten Keighley Ltd. We recommend you make your own health decisions based on your own research and consultation with a qualified health professional. We recommend that you consult your doctor and/or dietician before beginning a new diet or exercise programme.