I am an experienced UKCP registered Counsellor and Psychotherapist providing Counselling for adults.
I believe that every person is born with the natural capacity to lead a rich and fulfilling life with an inbuilt capacity to heal.
I provide a safe and nurturing counselling environment that is non-judgemental, confidential, caring, supportive and relational that encourages your natural potential to emerge.
I look forward to supporting you to discover more clarity, purpose, meaning and fulfilment.
I adhere to UKCP code of ethics within my practice and I am covered by Professional Indemnity Insurance.
My clients are either self-referred, Bupa registered, referred by their employers directly or through an EAP referral or referred by their GP practice.
The issues I work with are:-
- Grief, Loss, Bereavement and traumatic bereavement
- Self Esteem, Self Worth, Self Image
- Relationship issues/ affairs & betrayals
- Family Issues
- Emotional neglect
I have a genuine desire to work with people who have experienced traumatic bereavement and loss, either in early life or subsequently.
I have five years experience of working for a leading Child Bereavement Charity in London, where I specialised in counselling people bereaved following suicide and homicide. I facilitated bereavement groups, led a clinical team of bereavement counsellors, trained on bereavement in schools and led residential weekends for bereaved families. I have gained further experience working in charities for Cruse Bereavement Care, Mind in Barnet Mental Health, and the Place2be.
Prior to moving to Gloucestershire, I had a successful Private Practice in London taking referrals from insurance companies, Employee Assistant programmes, Church internship programme, Social Services and self-referrals.
Following a three-year course in Somatic Experiencing, I integrate talking therapy with nervous system regulation to encourage a natural resolution to trauma
Approximately 1 mile from Junc. 13 of the M5. Parking is free.
5 min walk from nearest bus stop.
20 min walk from Stonehouse Rail Station.