MBACP (reg member)

I have experience in NHS, MIND and private sector.

I am trained in: Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Safeguarding and Disability Awareness.

I provide short and long term Psychodynamic and CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy).

I work withing BACP ethical framework.

Therapy enables clients to have a deeper understanding of their unconscious motivations. This helps them understand their unconscious repetitive patterns which empowers them not to repeat their maladaptive behaviours in relationships, family/friends, at work or others.

Therapy enables people to reflect on their emotions before they react and become more aware of their repetitive behaviour and relationship patterns.

I work with individuals who present with anxiety, stress, depression, loss, bereavement, addiction, anger, trauma, childhood, abuse, identity issues, gender, low self-esteem, confidence, age, panic, disability, phobias, OCD, PTSD and relationship issues.

I help my clients to identify their feelings and put their feelings into words, feelings that are troubling or threatening to them, and feelings that clients may not recognise or acknowledge by providing a safe, confidential, secure, caring and non-judgemental space within our therapeutic relationship.

I enjoy working with my clients, and the biggest reward for me is being able to help my clients get through their past and present difficulties they are facing by working safely and collaboratively.