There are times in life when most of us experience emotional difficulties or challenges. These may include bereavement, depression, anxiety, relational difficulties and work stress to name a few. The continuation of the pandemic into 2021 continues to pose challenges in all areas of life; disconnection from loved ones, disappointments, loss, home-schooling, financial pressures and increasing loneliness. Counselling can provide an opportunity to talk about and work through those difficulties whatever you face.
I work with individuals to try to make sense of and understand why you might feel and experience things in a certain way. In doing this, I aim to provide each client with the opportunity to learn more about themselves. I am particularly interested in how unresolved issues from the past can have an impact in the present, and work collaboratively with each client to explore and resolve these issues.
I am a UKCP accredited psychotherapist with a Master’s Degree in Integrative Psychotherapy, gained from The Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute. I am also a Registered Counsellor Member of the Association of Christian Counsellors (ACC). I have over 5 years’ experience of working with adults, on a broad range of issues and concerns. Weekly sessions can be either short term (6 sessions) or long term basis (more than 12 sessions), depending on individual need. I offer either a daytime or evening appointment by agreement with each client.
I abide by the Code of Ethics of The Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute. I am in regular supervision to meet UKCP requirements and am fully insured.
If you would like more information about counselling or the service I provide, I would be happy to speak with you either on the telephone or respond to any queries via email. My contact details can be found on the ‘Contact‘ page.
Fees: £40 per session, initial telephone consultation free.