Love Sober Coaching

Love Sober Personal Coaching

1-2-1 is a bespoke approach to living an empowered, joyful alcohol-free life, integrating The Science of Happiness and the practice of self-care with coaching and recovery techniques to support you wherever you are in your sober journey.

Love Sober Coaching works with YOU to create a bespoke program designed for your individual needs and values to reframe limiting beliefs and help you with accountability as you clock up your sober days.
Essentially not drinking alcohol is the first important piece of the puzzle. If you want help to quit, we can work on that. We have walked the walk and got the T shirt.

Love Sober coaching is really about bossing whatever stage you are at. Once you put down the bottle and start asking better questions about what you want and need, THAT is when it starts to get interesting. Life is inherently impactful for women, and we transition through roles and states and changing expectations, in a way that men don’t. This is the Female Experience. We also have rules and judgements and standards we feel we must uphold. During key times of stress or transition we can lose confidence, a sense of self or purpose and are vulnerable to maladaptive behaviours around alcohol or other crutches.

To boss our lives, our health and our choices is where we want to be and THAT is what Love Sober is about. So, whether you want to stop drinking or want to fine tune other areas of your life to really reach your personal goals and potential, you can book a discovery call with me on 07946 544543 or contact me at

Kate X

Kate Baily, BA (Hons), PGCE, CAPPD, SRDP.

About Kate:

Kate is a certified Life and Personal Performance coach and has a certificate in the Science of Happiness from EDX at Berkeley and Harvard. She was shortlisted for Best Newcomer of the Year Award and was one of three finalists in The Coaching Academy International Coaching Awards 2019.

Kate’s work  focusses on how mindset and wellness practices can create the foundations of  an empowered life to recover balance, gain clarity about your personal goals and how to achieve them. She works with women in key times of transition and understands the process of creating a happy, meaningful life in the areas of work, wellness, family and creativity.
An ex-journalist, a mum of two, and parent of a neurodiverse child she understands the daily challenges that go along with parenting with these conditions.  She is also a SHE RECOVERS designated coach.

‘I am a SHE RECOVERS® Coach, which means that I am trained in and my work aligns with the SHE RECOVERS® Intentions & Guiding Principles.

What people are saying:

Kate has helped me find my voice and believe I have the right to strive for happiness in all areas of my life.  When you have grown up in an environment full of conflict, unhappiness and heart ache your blue print for life can be quite distorted. Kate brought great observational tools, practical processes, huge understanding and her own personal warmth and humour that has made my sessions the highlight of my week.  With her guidance I’ve learnt to understand my motivations and barrier and redefine my life.
I was unhappy and unheard and I didn’t believe I deserved more.  Kate gently but thoroughly  explored this with me to define goals and put day to day practical processes in place as well as creating time to reflect and review, which has been transformative.
It is only once you’ve been through an experience like this, with a fantastic coach, that you can truly appreciate it’s value.  I evangelise about this experience to all my friends. If I could, I would make it mandatory for everyone to experience coaching and have the opportunity to discover their true potential. 

Sarah, UK. ( Year 2)

‘Kate taught me everything I know about self care in my first year of sobriety. I cannot recommend her highly enough’  

Julia, Manchester (Year 3)

 ‘Kate’s help has been invaluable in helping me get unstuck. With her help I soon realised I could break down goals into small steps and because of her coaching input I have just enrolled on a brand new course and learned to keep moving towards my goals despite my busy life and renew my sober vigour’

Jeanne, Kent. ( Long-term sober) 

NB. If you are in active addiction you should always seek medical advice and support. Coaching at this point may not be the most appropriate intervention for you. For more information about services that may be available to you please visit

SHE RECOVERS® is an international movement of self-identified women in or seeking recovery from a wide variety of issues, including substance use and eating disorders, other behavioral health issues, trauma, abuse, codependency, cancer, grief, low self-esteem, perfectionism and other life challenges.

The Coaching Academy is the world’s number one coach training facility. I hold a Level 5 Diploma in Personal Performance.  The Coaching academy is accredited by Association for Coaching, ICF, EMCC, BACP Coaching, CPD Standards Office.

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