People start to heal the moment they feel heard and understood.
It's OK to ask for help
Why go to a therapist?
Talking to friends and family may be difficult, as no matter how supportive or well-intended, they may offer advice based on their own views, experiences of life and expectations of the person you’re ‘supposed’ to be or what you ‘should’ do. In therapy, you can be accepted as yourself and express your true thoughts and emotions without judgement and be empowered to make any changes you want.
So why choose me?
I work therapeutically with individuals and couples.
I don’t like to label or categorise ‘issues’. Everyone experiences them in their unique way. But for ease of reference, I regularly work with people experiencing concerns with their relationships, anxiety, depression, stress, low self-worth, eating disorders, loss – from bereavement, infertility, divorce, retirement or redundancy, lack of focus or purpose, self-harm, suicidal ideation and abuse – sexual, physical and emotional. That is by no means an exhaustive list, but it should give you an idea of the range of issues where I can help.
I have experienced being in ‘the other chair’ and hope that together we can bring the positive benefits of therapy into your life too. I love what I do and am committed to sharing your journey and helping you to reduce your distress and achieve a more fulfilling life. Whatever is concerning you, I will respect and accept your perspective, and help you work through the problem to help you understand it and make changes in your life that are right for you.
If you feel comfortable with what you’ve read so far, then please contact me to arrange an initial session to allow us an opportunity to decide whether we can work together.