"The Journey of a thousand miles begins with one step" - Lao tzu


I provide a compassionate, self-reflective, and safe space where I am guided by you and the pace that you set. My approach is relational, which means our relationship is central to our work together. My practice is grounded in person-centred theory by Carl Rogers. He believed that in order for people to thrive, therapists need to be genuine and provide an empathic space where a person is accepted regardless of their actions. This is your space to come as you are and bring what you wish, however difficult that may be. Every client is unique and I incorporate a range of theories and approaches to suit each individual.



My counselling is holistic. I believe in working with every aspect of a person from their mind, body, and spirit to the conscious and unconscious parts waiting to be explored. There are many coexisting aspects of ourselves. I will work with all your unique parts, through explorative dialogue, story, and metaphor, listening to them so they feel understood and heard. I also use mindfulness and embodiment-based practices that help you connect with your bodily felt sense, encourage inner kindness, and find harmony and balance. 



Sessions provide a collaborative and sacred space that empowers you to heal, look at thoughts, feelings, habits, and patterns of behaviour. If you wish, they could involve exploring your inner and outer world creatively, and/or through transpersonal ways of working to look deeper at what is troubling you, open up to greater relationships and find insight. Part of our work may also involve safety and stabilisation to keep you safe and grounded in sessions and tools to access in moments of stress and anxiety. 



 My work recognises the importance of early life experiences and how they impact a person’s self-esteem, sense of self, and relationships. However, I also understand that stress, anxiety, trauma, bereavement and loss can occur at any stage in life, and you may wish to look solely at issues you are facing in the here-and-now.



Therapeutic coaching can help you work towards creating positive changes connecting you to your life purpose, love, and awakening creativity within. Coaching can be particularly beneficial to those with ADHD, activating the Dopamine reward centre by implementing strategies to moving forward.



I have always been inspired by nature, creativity and spirituality. I see spirituality as a personal journey which is unique to everyone. Regardless of your beliefs, I love helping people find meaning, whether spiritual, religious or atheist. However you choose to work, and wherever the therapy takes us, both counselling and coaching can help you work towards what you desire and experience transformation. 



If you feel, my approach resonates with you, please contact me me to book a free initial consultation. This is a chance for us to get to know each other. 




I have experience of working with the following:



  • Abuse
  • Addiction
  • Anxiety and stress
  • Aspirations in love and life
  • Bereavement and loss
  • Body dysmorphia
  • Chronic pain
  • Depression
  • Disordered eating 
  • Existential crisis
  • Gender dysphoria
  • Generalised anxiety disorder
  • Learning difficulties & disabilities
  • Loneliness
  • Low self-esteem
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Redundancy and work issues
  • Relationship and family issues
  • Retirement
  • Shame and guilt 
  • Spiritual awakening 
  • Trauma
  • University and education issues
  • Work issues