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"I have become stronger, more confident."

Female, 22


My counselling method is based on the Person-Centred Therapy view that everyone has the capacity for personal growth, change and self-actualisation, given the right therapeutic conditions. These core conditions, or values inform my practice: unconditional acceptance, empathy and genuineness.  Rather than hiding behind the façade of expert and directing the therapy, my aim is to enable clients to find their own inner resources for resolving personal problems. This therapeutic space is proven to help the client to become self-healing, self-accepting and resilient. Clients will also experience being more empowered therefore better able to manage life challenges, creating a more fulfilling life.

I also incorporate Mindfulness and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) tools which have successfully helped individuals to manage negative thoughts, compulsive self-criticism, low mood/depression and anxiety. 

  • How many sessions will I need?
    My recommendation for a minimum quota of weekly sessions to address the reasons for counselling would be between 6 and 12. I have worked with clients who requested and benefitted from 12 plus sessions. I have seen clients who have requested to keep the run of sessions open-ended with regular space for review. The number of sessions one requires is up for discussion and I would ultimately be guided by the client.
  • How long do the sessions last for?
    My sessions are 50 minutes long.
  • How much does a session cost?
    My fee is £50 per session.
  • Where will the sessions take place?
    I work from a consultation room based at my home address.
  • Are the sessions confidential?
    My fundamental intent is to protect a client's right to privacy by ensuring that matters disclosed to me are not relayed to others without the informed consent of the client. There are four clear areas of exception or limits to confidentiality, legally and ethically: · When there is a clear risk to the client (if under 18 years of age), or if a child known to the client is at risk of abuse, neglect or harm. · In cases of actual or threatened violence (e.g. acts of terrorism), which includes harm to oneself or others; · A client requires urgent medical treatment or consultation with G.P. · When instructed by the Courts to reveal information (i.e. under court order).


I am available to see you face to face at my office, by telephone or via video call.

Session Fees


I can assist you to manage and overcome the following mental health concerns and presenting issues:

Abuse and neglect

Academic performance issues




Attachment issues

Binge-eating Disorder

Bereavement and loss

Bipolar Disorder/manic depression

Bullying and Cyberbullying


Chronic Fatigue/Fibromyalgia


Domestic Violence

Eating disorders

Emotional Abuse

Employer grievance or disciplinary

Exam-related stress

Family Issues (including coping with divorce and separation)

Feeling sad

Generalised Anxiety Disorder

Hearing voices/hallucinations

Internet addiction


Low self-confidence

Low Self-esteem

Managing change and transitions

Negative or intrusive thoughts

Over-thinking and worry

Panic attacks

Panic Disorder

Personality Disorder

Physical abuse

Poor Attendance/truancy

Poor concentration




Relationship Issues

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)



School stress and academic pressure

Sleep problems

Smoking (tobacco or cannabis)

Social anxiety


Substance misuse

Suicidal thoughts

Trauma/Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Transgender transition

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