About Today’s Guest: Rachael Layton
Certified Alcohol Coach and Change Communications Specialist
Family (two adult sons, partner and extended family); travel; experiences; finding humour even in the tough times
Rachael Layton is a certified alcohol coach who uses her own experience, as well as the knowledge gained through her training, to help women take back control of their drinking.
After years of questioning how much she was drinking and worrying about the impact it was having on her health, perimenopause proved to be the final straw.
As someone who had their life together in every other way (as much as any of us really have our lives together!), she couldn’t understand why she would regularly drink more than she wanted to. When she realised her drinking was making her perimenopause symptoms worse, she knew she had to make a change.
With a background in corporate communications, specialising in change communication, she understood the importance of mindset when it comes to long-lasting change. That led to finding a science-based, compassion-led approach to reassessing alcohol in her life and now she is a trained coach in that methodology.
Rachael works with women, particularly those in midlife, who are worried that their drinking is doing them more harm than good.