Counselling is about providing a space in which you can be yourself in. You are free to use the space to talk about what you want to talk about.

At your own pace, in your own way

I will be beside you, listening and sensitively reflecting back what I am understanding to help you find your way. It is a very flexible space with no set agenda. You may want to work on specific goals and targets you may want to achieve. Or want a space in which to let the process naturally unfold as you talk about your concerns.

We live in a World of stress and pressure where generally those around us are quick to offer advice, rather than the space we can use to hear ourselves. Counselling is a space in which you are free to express yourself, as openly and honestly as you wish. I will offer tools and techniques, new ways of looking at things and encourage you to become more curious about your inner World.


60 minutes £49.00

Why do people attend counselling?

Life can be unpredictable and some experiences can cause reactions we don’t fully understand. Counselling can offer the space and companionship to be able to look at those experiences, feelings and thoughts. Hearing your thoughts and feelings out loud, in the presence of someone trained to listen can bring about shifts in awareness and perception.

Facing your concerns or fears can feel empowering, helping you to feel more in control. I am able to offer you acceptance, empathy and a genuine presence that can assist you on your road to recovery and mental wellness. When we experience mental health difficulties, our relationships and work can suffer. The things that we used to enjoy and feel good about don’t seem the same.

Life can suddenly be very difficult, our bodies heavy and minds racing from worry to worry. For some of us, it’s hard to explain and describe this to anyone else, which can be isolating and lonely, causing more suffering and with no clear end in sight. That’s where counselling can come in, to create a space where someone is actively trying to walk in your shoes, to help you find that light at the end of the tunnel.

Who comes to counselling?

This short list is to give an idea of difficulties that may lead someone to seek talking therapy. It is by no means the only reasons people attend sessions and your reasons will be unique to you.

  • Low mood or depression
  • Stress
  • Anxiety; panic attacks, generalised anxiety disorder, social
  • OCD
  • Loss and bereavement
  • Addiction; alcohol, drugs, money, sex, porn, internet
  • Loneliness
  • Low self esteem/ self worth / confidence
  • Abuse; sexual, emotional, physical
  • Loss of relationship/ relationship issues
  • Family issues / breakdown
  • Sexual issues/ confusion
  • Gender identity
  • Physical ill health
  • Eating disorders
  • Experiential and spiritual questioning
  • Self-development
  • Trauma