About Our Process
I feel deeply privileged to have this as my work and livelihood.
The beauty of this practice is that it acts as a touchstone to remember and return to that which is important.
I have noticed that when we’re experiencing relationship issues, are depressed, anxious, suffering from low self esteem or addictive behaviours, being able to move through the world in a meaningful, authentic way, can feel almost impossible.
Are you feeling ashamed of yourself, experience self-loathing or a deep self disapproval? Don’t worry, I will offer you a safe, containing environment to allow you to express yourself without judgment. Through empathy, understanding, patience and genuine compassion for your struggle, we will work together as you move toward a more meaningful and purposeful life.
By allowing you the room to think and digest what it means to be you, we’ll work together as you move towards wholeness and acceptance.
I am very experienced as a counsellor, having qualified in 2005. I have a Masters degree and Post Graduate Diploma in Humanistic counselling and psychotherapy and a Post Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), from university of Sussex. Currently I work in private practice from my home and until very recently was also NHS based in a medical centre where I receive referrals from GP’s and psychiatrists – I have an excellent track record for helping my clients reach recovery.
If you would like to come along to have a chat about what’s bothering you, I don’t charge my full fee for the first session, just in case you would prefer to go away and think about it before committing to more sessions, or just want to try another counsellor for comparison – it’s no different really to being comfortable with one person and with another, not. Come and check me out and you can decide if it feels right for you.
Therapy, like life, is a journey. Often we need to slow things down enough to make sure we are going in the right direction.
I look forward to meeting you…