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People come to counselling for an infinite variety of reasons. You may have experienced a recent life event – such as bereavement, divorce, redundancy or a health issue which has left you feeling unsettled and questioning your identity. Or maybe you’re struggling with an ongoing mental health issue, like depression or anxiety, which has led you to seek therapeutic help.
Counselling helps us to explore ourselves: why we think and act the way we do, and why it sometimes feels like we’re stuck in patterns of thought and behaviour. In counselling you won’t be told what to do, but with the right questions, you can uncover the answers for yourself.
I work integratively which means I choose different methods for each individual, depending on their needs. All my work is rooted in the Person Centred approach and the belief that you the client are the expert on yourself. I will work to create a space where you feel safe to share as much as you wish, safe in the knowledge that you won’t be judged. In the therapeutic relationship it is my job to guide you on your journey of exploration, and equip you with the tools you may need to live the life you want.
My areas of interest including Young People (11-25), using art therapeutically, Autism and Aspergers, LGBTQ and gender, and bereavement.
PGDip in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy
I am a member of the BACP and abide by their ethical framework.
Days at Fulcrum House
By arrangement – please contact me for details.