Chances are that if you’re reading this page, there’s something on your mind, and you’re considering therapy.

There are lots of reasons why people come to therapy, from issues that niggle and irritate, to feelings that seem to consume your whole life and just won’t go away. Therapy can be useful for either sort of problem and anything in between. Some people come for just a few sessions, others for the longer term.

Whatever you’re looking for, I can offer you a safe space to explore what’s happening in your life and be beside you, while you look at what’s going on.

Some of the issues I work with include:

  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement
  • Change
  • Depression
  • Families
  • Feelings around pregnancy, birth and parenting
  • Relationships
  • Work

This list isn’t exclusive, so if you want to talk about something else, let me know.

I’m a Person-Centred therapist (you can read more about that here: http://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/person-centred-therapy.html), and I sometimes incorporate other approaches, depending on your needs.

For me, being Person-Centred means that I believe in offering respect, compassion, acceptance and a non judgemental approach. I will try to understand how the world is for you, and together we can work on making the changes that you want to happen. I believe that it is possible for all of us to grow and change, and it’s good to have someone with us as we do.