What is counselling?
Counselling (or Psychotherapy) is a ‘talking therapy’ – it is simply 2 people talking together, in confidence, in private.
What will we talk about?
Simply: whatever is going on for you. Perhaps a particular difficulty, anxiety, trauma, pain, loss, separation, inability, a relationship, depression – anything that matters to you.
I believe we all have the potential to succeed on our own terms. I work with my clients to understand what is going on for them – what helps, what doesn’t and what they want to change. The therapy I practice grows from your self-knowledge, from being helped to speak, from being heard, from having the chance to speak and talk privately, freely and fearlessly.
Through counselling, you can recover your self-worth, value your ambitions and challenge yourself to succeed by becoming the person you want to be. Whoever that is.
What are my qualifications?
MSc (Merit) Person Centred Experiential Psychotherapy
UKCP Registered Clinical Psychotherapist, Registered Member BACP
Post-Graduate Diploma in Contemporary Trauma Practice
BA (Honours) Humanities
Diploma in Social Work
Certificate in Education
If you’d like to talk to understand more about what counselling can offer you, please get in touch.