I qualified as a Humanistic Integrative Therapist in 2016 and have worked with a number of clients with a range of problems such as depression, anxiety, bereavement, stress, self-harm and relationship difficulties.
My practice is open to anyone who needs to give attention, space and time to anything that may be troubling them. I work integratively which means I do not apply a "one size fits all" approach. Rather, I create a tailored programme of therapy sessions to suit each client’s specific needs.
As a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, I work following the BACP ethical guidelines which ensure confidentiality and I am committed to the development of every client’s well-being.
In addition to my therapeutic training, I am a trained yoga teacher. I have a deep interest in mindfulness and meditation and, by exploring these disciplines, I have been able to develop my understanding of how the mind and body affect each other on many levels.