I work with people from all walks of life and backgrounds who have a diverse range of experiences and mental health needs.
These can include symptoms relating to: - Addiction, Abuse, Anxiety, Anger Management, Bereavement, Depression, Low Self-Esteem, Imposter Syndrome, Relationship Styles/Patterns, Family Conflicts, and Stress. For more information on the areas I help and support feel free to visit my page on initial consultation.
In counselling you should feel free to share openly, that’s why it is paramount for me to offer a calm, kind, and safe environment. This way a client can talk explicitly about their troubles, desires, or greatest regrets.
Also, collaboratively we can explore your difficult experiences, as well as behavioural patterns that could be infringing on your success.
Over time, with your therapy process you can start to build a more fulfilling, empowered sense of self.
Whilst, enhancing on personal growth, as well as revealing positive qualities and attributes about yourself. This could also leave you feeling empowered and in control of your own healing journey.
I am registered and a member of the BACP British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. The BACP is one of the main governing bodies that oversee the accreditation and registration, of qualified and experienced counsellors in the United Kingdom. am listed in the directory and work by the BACP ethical framework.
In addition, to my membership with the BACP, I have completed my therapy training in London at Birkbeck University and the Mary Ward Centre.
Further to my professional background, I have worked within various industries such as property, hospitality, retail, and financial services (trading, private investment, and retail banking).
I have also worked as a mentor and a volunteer for many different charity organisations that specialise in the areas of self-harm; suicide; children impacted by physical and learning disabilities; low-income households, and clients with various mental health needs.
Over time, I recognised in both my professional and charitable roles how much I enjoyed helping and supporting others, so I decided to change course to work solely as a therapist.
I am still humbled and do not take it for granted when a potential client chooses me to be a part of their therapeutic journey. I also understand that deciding to make a change resulting in contacting a therapist is not an easy one to make. However, taking that step can be a brave and decisive one for self-healing.
If you are looking to take that next step.
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