I am a BACP accredited counsellor and hold a diploma in integrative counselling. As an integrative therapist, I am trained in a range of therapeutic methods and tailor my work to reflect your needs informed by different theoretical and practice traditions in the field of therapy including humanistic, psychodynamic and contemporary psychoanalytical. I work with adults on a long-term, open-ended basis, as well as offering time-limited sessions agreed by the client. I strive to provide a safe, inclusive practice that welcomes clients of all genders and nationalities as well as working respectfully with those of all spiritual and/or religious identities.
My approach to counselling is collaborative with an emphasis on the importance of the relationship between client and counsellor, offering you a safe space to explore possible opportunities for change in your mental health and well-being. I strive to be honest, reflective, open, and curious in our work. Therapy is a place to talk through and reflect on complex thoughts and feelings. Although difficult at times, therapy can be a transformative experience, an opportunity to reflect in a supportive environment and to reconnect with ourselves.
Prior to my career as a therapist, I worked as a nurse in the NHS. The desire to help people make changes to their life in order to lead a more fulfilled life led me to wanting to train as a counsellor. My training has spanned more than six years and I bring to my work experience of mental health problems, recovery and the power of healing relationships. I place a great importance on building a relationship with the individual, exploring whatever is most important to you. I believe that the answers to whatever questions you are asking come from within you, at a mind, body and spirit level.
If you are interested in exploring how we might work together, please call me on 07470704035 or email [email protected] and I will be happy to answer any questions you may have about therapy.
My fee is £60 for a 50-minute session.