I am an experienced, fully qualified psychotherapist and member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). The majority of my work is usually face-to-face but I also offer telephone appointments for people who have difficulty attending in person, and I am working mostly by telephone during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I have 13 years’ experience as a psychotherapist, working in the charity, university, and private sectors. Some of the main issues I work with are listed below. Many people also come to therapy with a general sense of unhappiness, yet not having the words to fully describe what is wrong. Therapy can be a useful way of gaining insight into what is happening for you, and thinking through your options.
I offer a confidential space and an open-minded, respectful, collaborative of style of working. You can read more about how I work and the three questions which are important to many people when they are looking for a new therapist or counsellor. I am an integrative psychotherapist which means that I am trained in more than one method of psychotherapy, and actively use a blend of different therapies in my work. Click here to read more about integrative psychotherapy and how it may be helpful to you.