Meet Lloyd Ripley Evans

Lloyd Ripley Evans

Lloyd Ripley-Evans helps people and companies to understand their needs, identify concerns, as well as develop the critical self-belief and solution-focused thinking to defeat the challenges or themselves.

As a psychologist, coach, speaker and author, he engages with people and groups across a wide range of contexts in order to connect with the uniqueness of each person or environment. Ripley-Evans strives to assist with creating a space of growth and development, which challenges the norms and pushes the limits.

He feels that people are incredibly interesting and complex. He strongly believes that his purpose is to share, engage and assist with facilitating change in others. If no modifications are made, nothing changes. Change breeds change are two of the mantras to help guide the work that Ripley-Evans does.

Practising, as a psychologist, he engages deeply with people as they navigate their way through their personal challenges, traumas or requirement for change. He operates from an eclectic perspective which draws from multiple psychological paradigms, with a specific focus on the solution-focused as well as person-centred approaches. Ripley-Evans’ drive is to assist individuals in reconnecting with the CORE of who they are first and foremost before encompassing broader contexts.

As a coach, he draws heavily on his psychological education and experience to engage and connect with professionals who are requiring the skills, guidance and insight to conquer their stumbling blocks as well as to become a more in-tune and empowered version of themselves.

Ripley-Evans operates from an understanding that we all wear multiple hats each day; however, underneath each hat is the same individual. This means that connecting with, understanding and facilitating growth from the CORE becomes extremely important.

He is also a speaker and engages with broader audiences in order to share about different topics in numerous contexts. Ripley-Evans finds this type of engagement to be one of his favourites. This is because being able to engage with a group of like-minded people, or groups of people who are all struggling with a common issue, is such a satisfying process. Being able to share and communicate with groups of individuals is a great way to create a safe space where they have the ability to relate to others, get perspective as well as create a sense of encouragement and positivity that is critical to facilitating the beginning ripples of change.

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