It’s time to put your writing first

Often, writers know what they want to say but life, confidence, perfectionism and procrastination get in the way.

Our coaching packages help you to overcome your writing blocks and become more productive and fulfilled as a result.

Our services 

Intensive, one-to-one coaching plans

Workshops and group events

Webinars and online tutorials

Online productivity courses

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Setting a short term goal, then creating actionable tasks in the coaching process made me accountable – which kept me writing. But, the real prize in this method is Bec’s identification, as a writer, with the processes involved in producing a book, setting ‘easy wins’ made for easy gains. Empowering stuff.

- Gerri Frame

Need intensive coaching? We got you…


If you need to get your project finished we’re offering limited spots on our intensive, three month accountability programme – starting this January.

I made incredible progress on my project through Prolifiko’s coaching. I also walked away with a new writing process, a keen understanding of the connection between my practice and my self-esteem and a toolkit of practical solutions for tackling my own idiosyncrasies moving forward. Throughout the process, I have felt supported, constructively challenged and celebrated.

- Jo Jackson

Learn positive writing habits that will stay with you for life

All coaching clients receive a free subscription to Prolifiko Digital, our unique self-coaching platform that works in harmony with our in-person and online coaching.

Available on your computer and phone, the platform helps you track your progress and build positive writing habits in the long term.

PLUS when you join us you gain access to an exclusive members’ area packed full of tips, expert guides and productivity toolkits.

After a long academic career in which writing too often felt like an unpleasant uphill struggle, I’ve completely re-calibrated how I approach the process. Bec encouraged a spirit of experimentation, creatively responding to my reflections, and unleashed my inner writer.

- Professor, University of Leeds, UK