Oops! Sorry!!

This site doesn't support Internet Explorer. Please use a modern browser like Chrome, Firefox or Edge.

Alice Ntobedzi

Psychologist and Relationship Success Coach for High Achieving Women

Personal Success and Development is a company that offers coaching and psychology services. We believe that you are equipped with all you need to be a success. Most people face personal challenges stemming from the effects of past difficult experiences from which they formed limiting beliefs, negative emotions and experience internal conflict.

Book Appointment


Coaching + Psychology Services

About Alice Ntobedzi

Hi, I’m Alice Ntobedzi and I’m passionate about helping driven women create a fulfilling, lasting, meaningful, healthy, strong, romantic relationship.

In fact, I have spent the last 15 years working with driven, determined, and all-round successful women - women who are leaders in their work and their life, yet for whom a lasting, loving relationship has been the one thing out of their reach. 

As a coach and psychologist, I discovered that successful women face unique love challenges that sabotage their ability to feel safe, connect and create lasting love. 

Which is why I have developed a brand-new program that is designed to take you by the hand and gently show you how to become a leader in love, the way you already are a leader in other aspects of your life.

Learn More

Case Study

Case Study: Resistance to Change - From Unconsious to Consious Awareness

Rebecca (not her real name/photo) is in her late 20’s, and she is in a long-term relationship. She grew up with 5 siblings; she is the second child. Her parents are now divorced. She witnessed the challenges of her family situation growing up. It was during this time that she took on a role of looking after her younger siblings as her mother had been struggling. She recalled that from early on in her childhood she learnt to fend for herself,..

Read More

Case Study: Giving up Yourself Leads to Resentment of Another

Zoe (not her real name/photo) is in her late 20’s. She had not been in a relationship for some time. She had her first serious relationship in her early 20’s. Zoe described that in her relationship, she felt smothered, had no say or opinion, she did not feel good enough, feared abandonment, and couldn’t express her feelings for fear of rejection. At the time we started working together, she was struggling with being able to put her needs first, such as pursuing...

Read More

Case Study: The Outside Reflects the Inside

Meet Donna (not her real name/photo); she is a married female in her 30s. She stated that she was unhappy in her marriage, felt frustrated and stuck. The issue as she put it was that her husband did not like change. She previously decided to move interstate. They packed up and left, however; things did not work out because her husband could not tolerate the move. In the past few months, she found it difficult to deal with her emotions;...

Read More


(Interview with Benjamin J Harvey)

  • Imagery rehearsal, what it is, and how we can use it to improve our lives.

  • The art of self-belief and the role it plays in the results we achieve.

  • Self-leadership

  • Why beliefs are the gateway to achieving our dreams.



What Our Customers Find Interesting To Read

Case Study: Every Challenge Has a Hidden Blessing

Sonia (not her real name/photo) is in her early 40’s. She is in a long-term relationship. She had been resilient, worked all her life, thrived on the pressures and challenges of her work life, enjoyed the money she earned and led a positive lifestyle.

Read More

Are you feeling secure in your relationship?

In today’s article, we will focus on the attachment theory to understand why people may experience relationship challenges and I will then offer some strategies on how to manage these problems and even improve your relationship

Read More

Case Study: Brink of Divorce – A Wake-Up Call

Meet Nick (not his real name/photo); he is in his late 40’s, married with 2 young children. He had been with his wife for 20 years. In the past 3 years, Nick felt overworked from starting his own business.

He had been working 7 days a week.

Read More