Whether you've had counselling or therapy before or are completely new to it, I hope you'll find all the information you need here to learn more about the service I offer.
I work holistically - meaning I include your thoughts/beliefs, feelings, body and spirit (whatever that means to you). I'm also trained in working with trauma and the nervous system in safe, effective ways and offer a range of therapeutic approaches, meaning I can find the best way of working with you as an individual.
I'm non-judgemental and sensitive to differences in ethnicity, culture, age, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, ability and gender.
My background, experience and qualifications
As well as seeing private clients, I’ve previously worked as a counsellor for the NHS and various charity counselling services.
I have a background in Mental Health and extensive experience working with people from all walks of life and with many different issues.
These include anxiety, depression, low confidence / self-esteem, loss, bereavement, family breakdown, domestic violence, rape, sexual abuse, trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, relationship problems, work stress, bullying, chronic illness (such as CFS and Fibromyalgia), climate change grief/anxiety and spiritual crisis.
I am an Accredited member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and practice in accordance with their Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions.
Where I work - online and in person - and which days
I offer face-to-face sessions in Dartington - full details on the Venues page. I'm there on a Monday and Wednesday. In addition to this, I have online availability on some other days during school hours.
Any questions are welcome
If you have any further questions or wish to make an initial appointment, please contact me by phone or email to discuss your needs. All information you share with me will be confidential and there is no obligation to make an appointment.