About Me

I qualified with an Advanced Diploma in integrative counselling in 2015 and I’m now completing a Masters degree in Existential Psychotherapy with the New School of Counselling and Psychotherapy (NSPC).

My approach

I’m an integrative therapist, which means I use different counselling models and ideas to help me understand your problems from different perspectives.

I’m particularly interested in how your upbringing and past experiences have shaped you and led you to see yourself and the world in a particular way.

I’m also interested in how you make meaning in your life, make choices and whether you’re living your life in a way that feels authentic.

Understanding yourself more will open up opportunities for choice and new possibilities.

I’m a registered member of the BACP – British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and abide by their ethical framework

My background

Before training to be a therapist, I worked in the charity sector for twelve years as a support worker, working with various issues, including drug and alcohol use, problem gambling, domestic abuse, and mental health issues.

Before working in support, I worked as a researcher on light entertainment programmes after completing a degree in film and television production.

If you’d like to have a free phone call with me, get in touch.