About me

Having sought therapy myself when facing my own adversities, I have a profound understanding of the courage it takes to ask for help. I recognise the importance of being heard and understood, when this may not be something you are experiencing in other areas of your life. I pride myself in being attentive, empathic and holding, whilst taking a non- directive approach, enabling you autonomy in therapy, choosing the pace at which you wish to go.


I have worked with individuals facing a variety of challenges, such as;

* Loss

* Trauma

* Adoption/Adoption trauma

* Anxiety

* Anger

* Depression

* Autism

* Identity issues

* Addictions 

* Abuse/Domestic/ Narcissistic abuse

* Post-natal depression/ peri-menopause/menopause, premenstrual dysphoric disorder

* Post Traumatic Stress Disorder/ Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

* Disordered eating


My previous experiences in employment have informed my current therapeutic work; leaning towards a special interest in adoption and attachment issues, as well as family dynamics. I am equally interested in multi-cultural issues, due to my personal lived experience of growing up abroad, I  therefore have an understanding of what it is to adapt to different countries and cultures. 


I work with clients 18 yrs and above


British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy which is the leading professional association for members of the counselling professions in the UK.  It works to promote the role and relevance of the counselling professions in improving psychological wellbeing and mental health and to develop safe, ethical and competent practice.