Individual Therapy

Everyday life can be complex and challenging and there may be times when we all need support to process what is going on and to navigate our way through it. This may be because life has become so overwhelming that we no longer feel able to deal with the challenges on our own, or it may be that we are feeling stuck or lost in some way and need help to understand what it is that is preventing us from living a more fulfilled life. Counselling and psychotherapy can help you to do this.

As an experienced integrative counsellor and psychotherapist, I offer a ‘talking therapy’, where we can work together to focus on and understand how your unique life experiences might be contributing to any current difficulties you may be experiencing. By providing a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space to talk about your thoughts and feelings, the aim of psychotherapy is to enable you to explore aspects of your life, identify any unhelpful behavioural and/or thinking patterns and in-so-doing, help you develop greater insight, perspective and self-understanding. Through this process and with greater awareness and understanding about yourself, you will become better equipped to make more conscious choices and decisions about your life and how you may want to change it, improving your emotional wellbeing and quality of life.

I have experience working with a range of different issues, inclusive of, but not limited to:

Anger Management
Attachment and Relationship difficulties
Career and Life Transitions

Relationship difficulties
Self-esteem issues
Stress Management
Work-Related issues.

If you have any questions about whether therapy is right for you, please take a look at the Frequently asked Questions or contact me directly, so that we can discuss any concerns or queries you may have.

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Online and Telephone Therapy

I have extensive experience offering online and telephone therapy. In my work as a therapist, I endeavour to accommodate my clients’ needs and circumstances, which may not always enable in-person attendance to sessions. This has become particularly relevant in the current Covid pandemic, and is very pertinent for those individuals, who through disability or illness, may be unable to attend in person. It is my personal experience that online modalities can still facilitate in-depth and effective therapy, providing it is conducted from a secure and private space. Furthermore, this flexible approach means that all individuals can access therapeutic services. If you are considering online counselling/psychotherapy, this is something we can discuss at your initial consultation.