How I Work
I am committed to providing a safe, non-judgemental and confidential space, which allows clients to explore their feelings and understand themselves better.
I adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions.
Confusing though it may seem, psychotherapy and counselling are broadly interchangeable terms. In a general sense, psychotherapy refers to longer term or ‘deeper’ work, while counselling refers to the addressing of a specific issue. In the real world however, the specific issues we experience always tell us something about the way in which we live and therefore cannot be separated from our lives in general.
Being in therapy thus offers a unique experience. It is a regular, confidential and supportive space for you. A safe and confidential space for you to share your thoughts and feelings about your life, your concerns and your hopes for the future. Most people initially come to therapy because they feel stuck in their lives and unsure of how to move forward. In our sessions together I will help you to honestly and openly explore your story and support you in finding new and more rewarding ways of experiencing your life.
I take great pride in being effective in helping clients move forward with their lives.
As well as working in private practice, I see both trainee and professional therapists for clinical supervision.
I offer both face-to-face, and remote online/phone sessions
- For online I use Zoom remote conferencing service which is secure, private, and easy to use. I initiate the online meeting by sending you an email invitation, and you can join for free from your phone, desktop, mobile and tablet devices. You do not need a Zoom account.
- For phone service I use my regular mobile device.