I am a fully qualified and registered Integrative Counsellor (Dip Couns, MBACP), with considerable experience working with a diverse client group. I practice in an Integrative way, drawing from psychodynamic, person-centred, humanistic, transactional analysis, attachment and transpersonal models,
I use a holistic approach, understanding the interrelated biological, psychological and social needs, working with the mind-body connection in a safe and confidential space. Gaining empathic understanding into my client’s world, I aim to provide a therapeutic relationship where insight, healing and growth can take place.
After pursuing my interest in the functioning and development of society, I graduated with a degree in Sociology BSoc.Sc, (hons). I then began my counselling training, opening up my world to the striving potential of human nature and the natural drive we possess for not just survival but development, growth and fulfilment.
Understanding the significant role of culture and society on human development, the rapid transformations of modern society and the digital revolution and its’ wider implications has influenced my counselling practice where I have a special interest working with young adults age 18-30
I have a special interest in: Relationships, Addictions, Co-Dependency, Self-Esteem, Attachment and Early Trauma, Loneliness, Loss & Grief, Anxiety and Depression.
Training and qualifications:
I am a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adhere to their standards of ethical practice.