About me


I am an experienced, BACP accredited counsellor offering a person centred humanistic integrative approach. I can provide counselling for individuals,couples, groups, young people (13-18) and organisations. I believe that counselling within an environment that is non-judgemental, caring, confidential, nurturing and safe a person can attain natural positive growth. I adhere strictly to the BACP professional code of ethics within my practice and I am covered by professional indemnity insurance. My clients are either self referred, referred by their employers (either directly or via Employer Assistance Providers), GP practices or psychiatrists.

I also offer supervision to other counsellors privately and within organisations, student counsellors and psychologists. I describe my supervision as humanistic and integrative but I welcome supervisees with different therapeutic perspectives than my own. I am committed, energetic and enthusiastic about my work. I believe that nurturing openness and honesty in supervision helps the supervisee learn, develop and grow. Supervision of supervision is undertaken in accordance with the BACP code of ethics.


Training, qualifications & experience



Higher National Diploma in counselling.
Cruse Bereavement training.
Advanced Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and training.
Certificate in Counselling Supervision
Certificate in Post Traumatic Stress and Critical Incident Debriefing.
Certificate in Telephone Counselling training.
Certificate in eating disorders.
Training in domestic abuse.
Training in Dyslexia and ADHD.
Certificate in Narcissistic Personality Disorders.

I have ten years experience as a senior staff counsellor within the NHS, working with many diverse presenting issues. I have also experience working with domestic abuse, PTSD, drug and alcohol abuse, child bereavement, transgender issues and Critical Incident Debriefing. I have vast experience using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.