Particular areas of experience include
Addiction. Anxiety and Stress. Depression. Family Conflict.
Loss and Bereavement. Power, Difference and Inclusivity. Relationships. Self-Development. Suicidal Thoughts.
Traumatic experiences. Unrecognised Racism (Skin tone-ism).
Registered Member 384714 (MBACP)
I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adhere to their code of ethics. I qualified with a Diploma in Integrative Counselling from The Minster Centre, one of the UK’s leading Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy training institutes.
Since 2014, I have trained as an integrative therapist. The benefit of working integratively is that I can utilise a broad church of approaches to ensure my work is tailored to meet your needs. One size doesn’t fit all. This also includes valuing and working with our similarities and differences around our identities and life experiences, visible or invisible, and the different opportunities and difficulties that may have created.
Before becoming a therapist, I trained in Education and then moved into working in the Charity sector. My principle focus has been on maximising the individual’s, group’s or a community’s potential ensuring they can be seen, heard, understood and met.
In addition to private practice, I work at a University as a therapist in a student well - being service.