A qualified Counsellor, I work in both Surrey and Suffolk in private practice and am experienced in working with children and adults.
As a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), I abide by their ethical framework. My clients’ best interest is at the heart of the work I do. Trained to work from a Humanistic perspective I am led by the needs of my client. I believe the key to successful therapy lies in the supportive, professional relationship between the client and the counsellor and always strive to develop genuine mutual trust and respect.
I have spent a number of years working with Cruse Bereavement Charity. I have also worked in schools and work place counselling in a large hospital.
I can offer support when the challenges of life become overwhelming; whether it’s bereavement, divorce, too much stress, depression, sadness, or anxiety, there are many ways that counselling can help people through difficult times.
By offering a safe, confidential place to talk freely about your concerns in a way that is rarely possible with family or friends I can help you work through your problems to enable you to move forwards positively towards a more fulfilled, healthier and happier life.