About Me

After many years of working in finance within the City of London, my life changed when I started a family. This led to combining family life with a completely different career path. I recognised I had developed a healthy and curious interest in how people communicate, connect and travel through life due to their own personal experiences – both positive and negative. Myself included. Most importantly, what really intrigued me was how we all process these changes.

I retrained to become a qualified Therapeutic Counsellor. I practice using an integrative approach to ensure I meet my client’s individual needs. In a nutshell, this means I integrate various tools from different modalities within our client sessions. These include Person-Centred, Psychodynamic, Transactional Analysis and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. I'm also fond of Jungian theory - a way of looking at our real self.

I have worked with clients ranging from 9 years old through to late 80's. Each client has their own story and a way of telling it, in their own time. Every single client is unique, and I feel privileged to support them by building a therapeutic relationship developed through trust and respect.

Feelings of being stuck, unhappy, unsure, or lost often materialise within sessions. Therapeutic counselling can bring so many positive changes. It can help to feel better and happier, improve relationships, gain confidence, develop communication, experience less stress and anxiety, work through trauma, manage depression, navigate loss and achieve a better work/life balance.

My aim is to support you through discovering ways to connect to your real, authentic self. It is truly inspiring to experience the power of breaking free from a limited or censored version that a client may have lived within for so many years. A life of opportunity and renewed positive self-belief then beckons, enabling a full and happier life.