Making sense of your experience of the world

We sometimes find ourselves at a crossroads, in a crisis or experiencing loss through the death or illness of a loved one or through the breakdown of a relationship. The turmoil, anxiety and confusion during this time often prompts individuals to seek help. Having someone who is non-judgemental and can truly hear what you are saying can help to make sense of your experience of the world.

This is what I hope to offer you in my counselling practice. The counselling process is not about me as the counsellor offering you advice or being the expert but it is about what you as the client bring and the relationship we build together. I offer a safe and confidential space in which we can work together.

The model I work within is called Integrative Humanistic Counselling. The Humanistic approach includes Person-centred, Gestalt and Existential ways of working.
I hold a FdA degree from Greenwich University and I am a registered member of the British Assocaition of Counsellors and Pyschotherapists (BACP).

I can offer Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)  as part of our counselling work together having gained a certificate in this therapy from Wimbledon Guild.
Having gained a 'Working with Couples' certificate I am able to see couples for therapy.