Years in Practice

25 years +


Johannesburg GT 2194 - South Africa



Additional Expertise

Divorce Coach, Divorce Mediator, Divorce Recovery Coach, Family Coach, Leadership Coach, Life Coach, Marriage Coach, Parenting Coach, Speaker/Presenter, Wellness Coach

I Practice in

All areas, please inquire



I Believe

I enable relationships to heal and flow.

About Stephanie Dawson-Cosser

Stephanie has over 30 years experience focussed on helping people in their workplace or personal life to successfully understand and manage change.

In her corporate practice, Stephanie’s group coaching experience spans working with businesses, schools and community leaders from diverse backgrounds in processes to create collaborative, engaged teams.In the employee wellness programme sphere she facilitates bespoke workshops on work-life balance, parenting and has project managed large employee-need surveys. In her private practice she sees individuals and couples who wish to work on their personal and parenting skills, as well as in many cases relationships, to come to terms with changes in circumstances.

She has worked with some of South Africa’s leading corporates including ABSA Capital, Barclays Africa, EY, Exxaro, IBM, Internet Solutions,  Momentum Asset Management (MMI) , Netsurit, PwC. Diocese of Johannesbsurg (Anglican Church). Her recent assignments include training the senior management team at a leading downstream petroleum marketing organisation in order to provide practical guidance to employees engaged in a company-wide restructuring.

Stephanie regularly appears on Eusebius Mckaiser morning 702 radio program to discuss “Family Matters” and is a frequent contributer to articles in the Sunday Times and other publications on Work and life related topics.

Since Stephanie’s early career in child and family care she has completed the following courses and programmes in coaching and leadership development. She is also a member of COMENSA (Coaching and Mentoring South Africa) is an accredited Mediator with SAAM (South African Association of Mediators) and a member of the Time to Think Collegiate.

To learn more about Stephanie and her exciting work visit her website.

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