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 I started out in life as a veterinary nurse and then a complementary therapist and yoga teacher whilst I brought up my children. I then took my BA in Counselling and psychotherapy at the age of 44. I guess I have always been in an occupation that was about caring and making others feel better. I am very passionate about what I do and aim to provide psychotherapy that is most beneficial for all my clients


Life is often difficult and sometimes we can feel ill-equipped to cope with what is thrown at us. But there is much hope, beauty  and resources within ourselves that can help pave the way to happier times and happier selves. We just have to learn how to navigate the way and unlock our strengths. 

Qualifications and training



  • BACP, BA 1st Class Honours Counsellor/Psychotherapy

  • BACP Accredited: 7087

  • BABCP Accredited  No. 161116

  • Post-Grad Cert CBT

  • Dip. Complementary Medicine

  • Dip. Polarity Therapy

  • Dip. Sports Therapist

  • Reiki Healer


My therapy method





  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

  • Psychodynamic

  • Humanistic

  • Integrative

  • Transactional analysis

  • Existential

  • Couples: any two people can be any  relationship - mother and son, father and daughter or sister and brother. Whatever two people need to come together

  • Multi-cultural work and issues

  • Group work



Specialised counselling


  • Dealing with diabetes

  • Illness in the family and being the carer

  • Being a foster carer, couples & family Issues, separation & divorce

  • Addictions, anxiety and depression

  • Learning new life skills such as assertiveness and improving self worth

  • Working with adolescents

  • Infertility and sexual worries

  • Working with the higher self, metaphysics and spiritual awareness

  • Holistic counselling



My specialisms


  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Stress

  • Grief and loss

  • Work issues

  • Relationship difficulties

  • Anger

  • Obsessive compulsive disorders

  • Personality difficulties

  • Emotional problems

  • Health related issues

  • Trauma

  • Domestic violence

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