When life becomes difficult, speaking to someone can help you make sense of things. Everyone is capable of growth and healing and sometimes our way forward becomes unclear. You may benefit from some support and space to process your thoughts and feelings.
If you are struggling, I will help you move your life in the direction you want. Being in therapy with me provides a safe, supportive and confidential environment for you to heal and grow.
I work with people to explore issues from the past that can sometimes be a blueprint for how they live today. I work relationally, which means the relationship we build between us can be an important part of the therapeutic work. I will help you develop self-understanding to live in a way that feels authentic for you.
In the supportive space I provide, you can expect:
I can help if you are struggling with depression; anxiety; loss; stress; relationship issues; sex, sexulaity, gender and LGBT+ issues; and other problems, including those which are not yet clear to you yet.
In our therapy, with time, you will:
I am a fully qualified humanistic psychotherapeutic counsellor practicing online, with experience working holistically with a wide variety of issues. I work using an integrative humanistic modality, meaning I use my skills to draw on a number of theoretical styles to ensure we work together in a way that makes sense for you as an individual.
I worked with the mental health charity, Mind, in Kent for over two years and now have an online private practice, working with clients in the UK and across Europe. I live in Seville, Spain and have experiences living outside of the UK.
I am in the final year of my further training as a psychotherapist at the Metanoia Institute in London, one of the UK leading providers of psychotherapy and counselling training.
Finding the right therapist for you is important, and knowing their professional background can help you decide.
Diploma in Humanistic Psychotherapeutic Counselling (PGDip) - Metanoia Institute
Member of professional body
Registered member of British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). I follow the BACP ethical framework and engage in supervision for my work.
Current professional training
Masters in Humanistic Psychotherapy (MSc) - Metanoia Institute
I engage with continuing professional development (CPD) and am committed to developing as a therapist. Some recent CPD includes: