Valentina Wright


Valentina is a mental health and wellbeing expert with a diverse range of training and experience. She draws upon anthropology, social science, psychology, neuroscience, and philosophy to inform her practice in impact evaluation and therapeutic coaching.

Valentina takes a person-centered approach, giving primary attention to individual experience, while maintaining awareness of overarching factors. She has worked supporting and researching wellbeing across varying intersecting identities and circumstances, including:

  • High performing corporate employment
  • Homelessness
  • Neurodiversity
  • Diverse gender identities
  • Existential junctures
  • Children and young people, adults, and the elderly
  • Global Majority, traveler, and white populations
  • Asylum seekers
  • Disability
  • Parenthood
  • Sickness & end of life
  • Mental illness
  • Addiction 

Relevant training includes:

Generative Coaching IAGC ICF Accredited 

How to Coach with NLP ICF Accredited

Suicide First Aid

Level 2 Motivational Interviewing / Solution Focused Brief Therapy

Level 2 Safeguarding Adults

Autism/Asperger’s/ASC Awareness

Methods and Practices of Good Coaching

Improving Communication with Transactional Analysis

Non-Religious Pastoral Support

MA Anthropology

BA Media & Cultural Studies

Safeguarding Children

Personal Stories and Workshop Development

Facilitation and Communication

Mental Health & Wellbeing Awareness

Home Instead Care Giver

Valentina's resources