I have a Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy. I am a member of BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy). I work in private practice and also with a social care agency - Change, Grow, Live - a charity which supports people with problems in mental health, substance misuse, domestic abuse, criminal justice and homelessness. I also work at Place2Be, a charity for children and their families, providing access to therapeutic and emotional support in schools, with the aim of enhancing well-being for children and families.
I am integratively trained which means that I draw on a variety of theories and techniques to offer a personalised approach. Every client is individual and unique and every therapist works in a different way. Once we have both decided whether we are a ‘good fit’, we can agree on a mutual way of working together and we can plan how therapy will work for you. How many sessions you have, will depend on your individual circumstances.
By coming to personal therapy, you may be seeking to find relief and gain insight into the obstacles which might be blocking your path to health and happiness. Whatever your circumstances, therapy can be the first step in an empowering journey of self-awareness and transformational change. I offer a safe, confidential place where you can talk about your relationships and emotions or difficult events in your life which you wish to make sense of.