Press coverage

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Joanne is one of the UK’s most well known and experienced life and career coaches. She has featured in:The Guardian; The Independent; Daily Telegraph; Daily Express; Psychologies; Red; Cosmopolitan; Metro; The Mirror; London Evening Standard; Daily Star; Real; Prima Baby; Mother & Baby; Healthy and many other publications and websites. She has also appeared on GMTVSky News, LBC Radio and BBC Radio.

Call 01273 562 415 or 07702 744 758 or email info@joannemallon.com to arrange an interview or if you’d like Joanne to write for your publication.

 

 

What the press has said about Joanne and her coaching:

‘Taking the time out to focus on what I really, really want from a job and life is quite simply invigorating and I’m filled with a huge sense of, “why on earth not?”… [After just one session with Joanne Mallon] my future feels like a blank canvas on which I can paint whatever I choose. I leave with a skip in my step taking in lungfuls of the change that’s suddenly blowing in the wind.”

– The Guardian (click here for the full article)

“[My sessions with Joanne taught me that] You can’t expect the landscape to shift overnight, but what’s crucial is to work out how you’d like things to look, and once you know, don’tIndependent ever lose sight of that vista.”

– The Independent

She Magazine

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Healthy Magazine (for Holland and Barratt)

Healthy Magazine Joanne Mallon

 

JOANNE’S JOURNALISM

Joanne Mallon is a trained journalist and writes about many subjects, particularly parenting. You can see samples of recently published work here.

She also writes a popular geeky lifestyle blog which can be found here.

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