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Last updated: 25 Apr 2020
People often don’t know exactly what is wrong when they come to me for therapy but know things feel too much and they are struggling to cope.
Some people feel they have tried everything they can think of to fix things and nothing seems to work. In therapy we can explore options together than can lead to positive changes.
Others might recognise that past events influence how they are coping with life today and need help to manage this.
Often people recognise they have been feeling low or anxious for a while and have decided they want to get some help in overcoming this.
Dreadful things can happen that totally derail us. With counselling I can help you make sense of the world again and support you getting back on track.
I am always happy to answer queries by email or arrange a time to talk on the phone before booking an appointment.
Psychotherapy and Counselling are umbrella terms that cover a range of talking therapies. Therapy is a confidential, collaborative process and we would work together to reach your own individual goals.
I draw from a range of therapeutic approaches and mindfulness practice to suit your specific needs.
I can work with you over a short or longer term, dependent on your distinct requirements, to bring about change and enhance your general wellbeing.
Therapy is a learning process and afterwards clients inevitably have an improved knowledge of themselves and better coping mechanisms; these can continue to be advantageous when dealing with challenges later in life.
Areas of interest
Adults; Teenagers; Children;
Abuse; ADHD; Adults and children who have been through the care system; Anger management; Anxiety and panic attacks; Autistic spectrum disorder; Bereavement/ Loss; Bullying, Depression/ Low mood; Family/ Friendship issue;, Gender Identity; Low Self-esteem; Post Traumatic Stress,; Relationship problems; School issues; Stress; Survivors of historic sex abuse;Trauma; Work issues;