As an accredited and experienced qualified counsellor and therapist I offer a range of services to all age groups. These include:
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Solution-focussed therapy (SFT)
  • Integrative counselling
  • Personal therapy for individuals, couples and family
  • Telephone counselling
  • Web video counselling
  • School counselling services
  • Counselling supervision for qualified and trainee counsellors
  • Counselling group work
  • Training and an assortment of workshops on topics such as identifying and managing anxiety & stress, panic attacks, healthy relationships, self-harm, mental health, anger
Other Services
I accept referrals from GPs, NHS and employee assistance programmes (EAPs).
I also accept referrals from drug and alcohol teams.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that focuses on problems that are troubling you now, as opposed to in the past. It helps you to develop positive strategies that can enable you to manage your problems by changing the way you think and feel about them.

CBT can be particularly useful in treating anxiety and depression, as well as other emotional and physical health challenges. It helps you to find new strategies and practical ways to improve your day to day life.

Integrative Counselling
Integrative Counselling takes aspects from a range of therapeutic models to help you understand and overcome your worries or concerns, allowing us to utilise a holistic approach toward helping you find strategies to resolve the concerns or worries that you are experiencing.

Humanistic Person Centred Approach
This way of working is essentially about giving expression to attitudes and beliefs. As a practitioner I seek to establish a ‘relationship’ with clients in order to face any anxiety, confusion, challenge or necessary changes in their lives. My aim is to see, feel and experience the world as the client sees it.

This approach honours and respects that it is the client who knows what is painful and that within the therapeutic relationship it is the client who knows best how to move forward.