I became a psychotherapist after a long career in the arts which is where my interest in human nature began. It allowed me to see life through other people’s eyes and gave me an in-depth understanding of the challenges that you may be experiencing. Perhaps there are problematic relationships you're struggling with, or you have complex anxieties, self-doubt and self-criticism? Maybe there have been events, out of your control, that have left deep scars, or you are feeling overwhelmed by the enormity of life in general?
What to expect from therapy
I offer you unconditional support and care for whatever you want to bring to therapy. It is a place to have time for yourself and where I will want to listen, understand and help. In a compassionate, non-judgemental way, we will explore where your difficult thoughts, feelings and emotions come from and understand how they are affecting you now. Through that understanding, we will make the lasting changes you need for a contented, positive future.
By exploring everything together we will give you clarity, choice and control over who you are and how you want your life to be.
Please feel free to email, text or call for more information.
Issues I work with.
I work with clients who are experiencing; anxiety, depression, relationship issues, trauma/ptsd, abuse, low self-esteem, anger management, borderline personality disorder, social anxiety (SAD/GAD), health issues and bereavement.
OnlineI also provide my services online.
Issues often worked with
£75 per session.
Sessions are in-person and last 50 minutes. I also offer online sessions via Zoom or Google Meet. Please feel free to email for more information or if you have any questions.
Training and qualifications
I qualified with a Diploma in Psychotherapy through the Counselling and Psychotherapy Awarding Body (CPCAB) which is the UK's leading awarding body specialising in psychotherapy.
Before that, through the same organisation, I attained and Advanced Certificate in Therapeutic Studies along with an initial award in counselling skills.
I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and I abide by their ethical framework.