I began my therapeutic career working in an independent specialist college for students with visual impairments, autism and other disabilities. I am now in private practice, whilst also working at a hospice as a Bereavement Counsellor.
I am a member of the BACP accredited register and work within their ethical framework.
As an Integrative Counsellor I adapt my approach to suit the needs of each individual client. My first aim is to provide a space where you can feel safe and accepted.
I will work with and support you, so that you feel free to be able to explore your inner thoughts and feelings without fear of being judged. Together we can explore the difficulties you are facing and the impact this is having on your life.
This exploration brings about a greater self-awareness and understanding, empowering you to be able to make changes and find the right path to move forward in your life, in a more positive and fulfilling way. A way that feels right for you.
I fully understand and appreciate that the thought of counselling maybe daunting. If you wish to find out more to decide if I am the right Counsellor for you, I am happy to go through the process with you and answer any questions you may have.
Clients I Work With
Adults of all ages, Trainees/Students.
How I Deliver Therapy
Long term face to face, short term face to face, time-limited face to face.
Humanistic, Person-Centred, Integrative, Psychodynamic.
What I Can Help With
I have worked with a range of issues throughout my career, such as:
MBACP – Registered Member of BACP (British Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists)
I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and I follow their ethical framework which is concerned with my professional conduct and your wellbeing.
I meet regularly with a Clinical Supervisor who supports me in my professional and ethical practice.