Pre 1996 – A range of marketing roles involved in research and investment. Scarlett works with Families, Students, Educators and Individuals for Health and Personal issues and utilises a largely facilitative approach. Trained in a number of approaches, including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioural Coaching, Solution-Focused Coaching, Appreciative Inquiry and Positive Psychology approaches as well as Mindfulness practices when appropriate. Adopting a Neurobiopsychosocial approach, she works with clients in an all-encompassing manner to move them from ambivalence to ambition and on to achievement in as much time as is needed, or in as little time as is possible.
With additional credentialing in specific therapeutic interventions, special educational needs, play therapy, psychometric assessments and specific neurological, family and child development research interests and having lived herself in a number of countries between the USA, UK, Europe and Asia, she is well placed to assist with expat life issues, parenting style differences, work-life balance, learning differences, acculturation issues, assimilation of 3rd culture children, flagging self-esteem, resilience development, enhancement of social-emotional skills, adherence to medical and health regimes, and specific stress and anxiety issues.
Scarlett Mattoli is a full member of the Association for Coaching, European Mentoring and Coaching Council and the International Society for Coaching Psychology. She is also a fully Accredited Coach at ‘Coach’ level with the Association for Coaching and a fully Accredited Coach at ‘Practitioner’ level with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.
She has gained academic qualifications, public and private sector experience and professional certifications whilst living in the USA, UK, Europe and Asia over the last two decades.
Scarlett consults in English and in Italian.