I work with a person-centred approach to counselling which means I believe you are the expert of your life.

Face to Face

Face-to-face – This is when you make an appointment with a counsellor to see them in person, usually at their practice. Face-to-face sessions are one of the more popular therapy formats because they provide an opportunity for you to react to any emotions that arise there and then. 

A counsellor will encourage you to talk about what’s bothering you to uncover any root causes and help you find ways of coping.


Simply put, online therapy (also referred to as online counselling) is any form of counselling that is conducted over the Internet. This could be via email, or via a messaging service/video chat that allows the counsellor to talk to the client in real-time.

Whatever mode of Internet communication is used, online counselling is an ideal way for many individuals to seek confidential and professional support.


Telephone counselling works in the same way as face-to-face counselling but the sessions are conducted over the phone. Therapists may offer this as an additional avenue of support between face-to-face counselling sessions, while others may focus solely on conducting the counselling over the phone.

Areas of Expertise

I have counselled clients from a wide range of ages, ethnicity and cultures. In particular I have experience of counselling clients through issues such as: depression, anxiety and panic (disorder), self-esteem, stress, bereavement, eating disorders, negative thoughts, childhood trauma, anger management, domestic abuse, abuse, self-harm, relationship issues, phobias, loss and change, PTSD/trauma, sexual orientation, suicidal thoughts and health issues.

Anxiety & Depression

Anxiety includes some less common conditions. These include phobias and panic disorders. But the most common is generalised anxiety disorder (GAD)

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If you have experienced the death of someone who was important to you, you might be finding it difficult to adjust to the changes happening in your life.

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Domestic Violence

Also called “domestic violence” or “intimate partner violence”, can be defined as a pattern of behaviour in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control.

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Cancer Treatment

Many of us are touched by cancer at some time in our lives, whether it is our own diagnosis or know of someone who has been. Cancer can bring difficult and painful feelings.

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Relationships are a key part of our lives. They bring happiness and support, but that doesn’t mean they’re easy. They require good social skills and a lot of work  to stay strong.

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It is important for parent(s) to understand their child’s anxiety and what level of anxiety they are experiencing to then gauge the best way that you can help them.

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Stress is something everyone feels at times, and there are all kinds of stressful situations that can be a part of daily life. Low-level stress can even be helpful or motivational.

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A.C.T Therapy

The goal of ACT is to create a rich and meaningful life, while accepting the pain that inevitably goes with it. “ACT” is a good abbreviation, because this therapy is about taking  action.

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Thursday 10.00-21.00,
Friday 10.00-16.00 and Saturdays 10.00-13.00