As a registered member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists), a fully insured Counsellor and Supervisor, my training allows me to be your supportive hand as you work to regulate strong emotions.
Over the years, I have worked in numerous settings, lending my experience having worked with hundreds of clients. This includes within my own practice as well as in palliative care and the NHS-based IAPT services. My experience has also allowed me to support the amazing work of Rape Crisis and ECHO, a charity supporting children with heart conditions and their families.
Each client is unique and has different requirements, my therapy sessions are tailored specifically for your needs. This ensures you get the very most out of our time together.
Alongside trauma, I can also provide support with Bereavement, addiction, identity, meaning and purpose, relationship and interpersonal issues, and sexuality.
I am a registered member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists) and a fully-insured Counsellor and Supervisor.
With over a decade’s experience in the field, I have had unique insight on a range of personal and group concerns.
I have also undertaken specific training to support clients with Trauma and Complex Trauma related issues.
I am not here in an advice-giving capacity. I work in a non-judgemental way in facilitating capacity enabling you to work through and be in control of your own decisions, choices, and solutions.
There is no obstacle to whom counselling can help. I can welcome you, no matter your culture, religious beliefs, sex, sexual orientation, or workgroup. Therapy is likewise not just for adults but is also a helpful input for couples and family members.
I would recommend weekly sessions just to enable continuity in the therapeutic process. Variations to this can be explored.
Yes, counselling sessions are confidential. The exception would be if you were to pose a danger to yourself or others, in which case the relevant parties would be notified.