Potential in Me has a vision of a world where the potential in people and the collective strength through our diversity is truly appreciated and realised.

We’re part of creating an inclusive and youth friendly world where people of all ages and stages are valued citizens; where families thrive and generations are connected and the best is looked for, and found, in every person.


We are passionate about bringing the benefits of our programmes to young people and the adults who form their support network.

Advice & guidance is useful, yet the self awareness, self trust and action that comes through using a coaching approach is invaluable. We also draw on lessons from neuroscience and being trauma informed in our work with families and organisations.

We provide programmes of workshops, coaching, training and action learning to support our customers tap into their fullest potential. 




Families who play together, stay connected together.


Life coaching for young people and adults. 


Tapping into the potential of your organisation.

We’re a social enterprise

Potential in Me CIC is a social enterprise Community Interest Company (CIC). This means any profit that is left after paying our costs is reinvested into enhancing our social impact. Some of our programmes are kindly funded and free to access, while most are paid for like any other business.  When you invest in us, you’re investing not just in the immediate result you seek, but contributing to us being able to support more people in our communities.

We were founded in 2015 and have  intentionally grown organically. We are now in a growth stage and are excited about delivering more programmes in more places!

We are governed by a voluntary board of directors.

Our customers rock! 

Because they are making great things happen…and helping us do the same. 

Our Funders rock too!

We have been able to deliver our families programme free of charge to some of the community within Glasgow thanks to funders including the National Lottery Community Fund, Foundation Scotland and Glasgow City Council.  We have also benefited from the support of the School for Social Entrepreneurs, Firstport, CEIS, Just Enterprise and many other organisations who support social enterprise. Our aim is to become fully self sustaining through trading, with a portion of each program purchased goes towards funding one of our community families programmes. As such we are very grateful to all the organisations who purchase our services.

Do you want to work with us? Let’s talk 

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