About Me

I offer face-to-face counselling therapy is for those facing long-term illnesses, chronic pain, suicidal feelings, bereavement and people who suffer difficult and overwhelming feelings of anxiety, depression, loss and helplessness.

I offer a safe space to be listened to and I work collaboratively with my clients to help support them through difficult times.

As a long-term sufferer of an incurable degenerative autoimmune disease, I understand some of the challenges that life poses. My reasons for getting into counselling were to help support people with their own challenges whatever they may be.

I am a qualified counsellor in Humanistic Counselling based on Transactional Analysis and I am a member of the BACP.

I work as a volunteer counsellor for a local charity and have my own private practice working from my home in a quiet village setting.

My Ethos

I believe that given the right help and environment, we all have the ability to make choices and changes in our life no matter what is thrown at us.

For many of us we get stuck in a spiral of unhelpful patterns of thinking and actions.

I aim to provide a safe space for you to unravel your thought processes, make improved choices and navigate a way through turbulent times.

Counselling has helped me to survive in an unpredictable, impermanent and challenging world. I hope to offer you the same.

My approach is open, honest and direct.