I’m here with you, and for you, no matter what you’re going through

Offering in-person and online sessions

What is therapy all about?

The talking therapies, counselling and psychotherapy, support people to talk through what’s bothering them and to explore their options for change. Broadly speaking, counselling is understood to mean shorter-term, issue-focused work, and psychotherapy is used to describe longer-term, deeper work. I will use the word ‘therapy’ on my website to mean both counselling and psychotherapy as I am trained in both.

Therapy has almost as many approaches and variations as there are people on the planet. However, across these variations, we can think of therapy as a healing process. The context, or the conditions for that healing is the therapeutic relationship, i.e., the relationship between the client and the therapist. Alongside the client-therapist relationship, there is also a meeting of two human beings. Therapy works best when that meeting is as real as it can be, and trusting relationship forms between the two people. If you have questions about how therapy might work for you, click here to arrange a chat.

Being real in your therapy will enable you to fully explore your situation and connect with your therapist in ways that lead to healing and wholeness. In my work as a therapist, I form a real human connection with clients that facilitates healing, curiosity, learning, and growth.

My therapy style

I work in a down-to-earth and radically non-judgemental way. I will listen to you deeply, with compassion, and support you to understand your experiences in a confidential space. Led by you, our work together will follow where you need to go. We will adjust the pace and the style of the therapy to suit your needs. Throughout our time together, we will collaborate on how you might like to introduce change, and I may offer challenges to your perspective in a supportive way.

As well as talking through things, I also work creatively for those who like doing things that way. We may incorporate drawings, writings, poetry, sculpts, rituals, chair work, and role play into sessions. Don’t worry if you don’t know what some of those things are! These options are tools that we can use should you choose to explore your story creatively.

One of the most important things is that you feel safe and comfortable enough to be completely open and honest, so together, we can understand how you’re really feeling, even if (especially if!) you’re afraid to say what that is.

What’s really going on for you? Let’s get to the bottom of it together. I’m here with you and for you, no matter what you’re going through. If you’d like to know more, please get in touch.

How do I work?

Practical information for therapy clients and supervisees

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Areas of specialisation

Am I the right therapist for you?

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My background

How I came to be a therapist

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With Severn Talking Therapy:
Diploma in Relational Supervision (in progress)

With the Tariki Psychotherapy Training Programme:
Diploma in Psychotherapy (2022)
Diploma in Counselling (2019)
Foundation Certificate (2014)

University education

Masters of Letters (Mlitt) Philosophy (2007)
BA (Hons) English Literature and Philosophy (2004)

Registered member of the BACP: 392891

BACP Registration Certificate

No matter where your path leads, I’d be honoured to be part of your journey.