Offering a range of psychological therapies for adults, children & young people, I am passionate about equality, justice and helping people of all ages to find their voice. All minority groups are very welcome.
My ethos is to help people embrace their unique nature and individuality so that they may courageously choose to live a life that is both meaningful and satisfying despite the challenges which we will undoubtedly encounter along the way. I bring warmth, kindness and humour to my practice.
Here is a list of frequently asked questions. However if you have a question that is not listed, please contact me directly.
Therapy is an activity usually undertaken with a professional so that we are helped to heal. In my practice therapy is the broad name given for a range of psychological interventions that promote wellbeing and good emotional health. Embarking on therapy takes courage but it can help us to gain insight into our problems, feel calmer and more in control of what decisions we make and this can help us live a more fulfilling life.
The one that will help you move forward in your life in a way which works for you. When we first meet we can discuss what issues you’re experiencing and decide together what might be most suitable. My website gives more information on the types of therapy I offer but generally speaking I draw from theoretical frameworks including Adlerian, Existentially based, TA, CBT and Gestalt. I also draw on my professional and personal life experiences.
My fees can be found on the ‘fees’ tab.
Counselling tends to be shorter term so we may start with 6 sessions and review how we are doing around session 4. There is no fixed duration.
Existential and arts based therapies tend to go a bit deeper and can last from a few sessions to a few years.
Yes, I am a registered and accredited member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). I adhere to the standards of good practice set out in their ethical framework.