My focus is very much on the relationship between the client and the counsellor. I can only be helpful if you first feel that you comfortable in confiding, and have trust in the relationship. Once that trust is present, it becomes possible to explore a problem and gain more understanding. Once we understand why a problem is there, we can then choose whether or not we want to change, and how.
I am able to work with anyone who is over the age of 16. Most of my experience has focused on helping those with anxiety and depression, but I have found that counselling is more about working with the whole person rather than individual issues. I look forward to continuing to meet more people.
I have experience working in both open-ended and time limited sessions, and I am willing to work to the timelines dictated by clients and their needs. As part of wanting to put the client first, I offer flexible scheduling so that you do not have to commit to the same time each week. Iâ€™m also able to see people who want sessions more or less frequently than once per week.
- Post Graduate Certificate in Counselling and Interpersonal skills
- Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy â€“
- MSc (Masters) in Memory and Its Disorders (Psychology)
- BSc (Bachelors) in Psychology with Philosophy
I am a private practice Registered Member of the BACP (MBACP). My registration number is 202963. I am also a paid registered member of the British Psychological Society (MBPsS).
Every year I undertake CPD (continuing professional development), in line with BACP regulations. I also attend the required hours of professional supervision as specified by the BACP. For more information on the BACP, please see the logo on the sidebar/footer.
Previously, I worked with in the NHS (IAPT) offering counselling to adults. I currently also do some work with Relate at present.