We offer life coaching, consultancy, workshops and courses for individuals and organisations.
Keren is an Agony Aunt, relationship expert, author, advice columnist, feature writer, TV+radio, coach, counsellor
Strategies for Adjusting Well and Thriving Through Transitions
Keren’s conversation with Louise Wiles on 29th January 2021 for ‘Thriving Abroad’.
Vivian Fallows, 29th January 2018. I regained my self-confidence and discovered that solo travelling was not just for gap year students.read more
Signup to our free newsletter
Find out how to …
Enjoy life more!
Talking to someone else can often help to put things in perspective. If you have an issue you would like to discuss please contact us to arrange an appointment.
Meet like minded people at our day and evening events including Feel Good and Look Fab!, Supporting Elderly Parents and Health and Wellbeing
Experience Matters offers tailored programmes of one-to-one coaching. It will enable you to make positive transitions to enhance both your professional and personal life.
Keren’s interviews and articles. Listen here. Watch Keren on ChrissyB show and Chanel 4
Established 20 years presenting high-quality management consultancy and training programmes
Intergenerational team building and creating an age inclusive organisation
Publications available through Amazon. Live the Life you Love at 50+, Who’s that sleeping in my bed?, Who’s That Woman In The Mirror? and Age Matters.
Listen to Keren Relationship breakdown and re-finding confidence – Coping with the empty nest – Managing change in your life
Divorce Tips; Matters of the Heart and Sexual Relationships; How we adapt our behaviour to deal with the generation gap, Dealing with younger ‘experts’; and more …
I’m delighted to have my first feature out in an Australian magazine. It’s on a topic dear to my heart, Working Women and Stay at Home Dads and how positive this arrangement can be. Keren Smedley
“The women who never make love with the lights on….”
1st September 2016.
Keren talks to Sam Brick
The grannies forced to be unpaid nannies
Keren has contributed to this feature by Samantha Brick in Daily Mail 19th May 2016.