About Me

I am providing therapy over video call and telephone for the foreseeable future.

I offer support to anyone who wants to discuss their feelings in a confidential, non-judgemental space.

 

Counselling offers you an opportunity to discuss your difficulties, but also to think about what brings you meaning.

 

I trained in 'psychodynamic' psychotherapy, which is one of several kinds of therapy; it considers how people's experiences may have affected their lives and patterns of behaviour or feelings.  However, I provide counselling that is tailored to your individual needs, combining different strands of therapeutic expertise.

I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (the main professional body for psychotherapy in the UK.) I am bound by its Ethical Framework, which ensures I work responsibly and professionally.

 

I trained at the University of Oxford over a number of years, gaining a Diploma and Masters in Psychodynamic Practice.

I have worked across a wide range of settings (private organisations, mental health charities, schools and universities) and enjoy working with as varied a client base as possible. My practice is inclusive of everybody. I offer short-term and long-term, open-ended counselling to adults, adolescents and children.