For individual & couples – online or face-to-face
Counselling in a safe, accepting environment
Whatever the medium I work in, I aim to create a safe, non-judgemental space for my clients: a space where they can explore all aspects of themselves, from working through specific issues such as anxiety, stress and long-term health conditions to working with the complexity of long-held trauma, issues with identity and deep-seated lack of self-belief.
I work in an integrated way in order to offer clients a space that works best for them – be that person-centred, existential or cognitive and behavioural (CBT). I help you work through bottled-up feelings such as anger, anxiety, shame and grief and understand why you feel like you do. Understanding brings clarity and self-compassion. And from compassion you can begin to heal and grow.
Helping you with life worries and relationships
Sometimes you may not feel there is anything specifically ‘wrong’ but you don’t feel satisfied in life: perhaps you feel a bit lost and unsure about what path to take. Counselling can help you better connect with your sense of self, your sense of purpose, and give you greater energy for life.
The kinds of problems I can help with
I have experience of working with a broad range of people and problems, both online and face-to-face. You can find out more about my core person centred approach to therapy here.
I have successfully helped clients with many aspects of their lives as well as specific issues such as:
- relationship problems
- panic attacks
- low self-esteem
- difficulties at work
- health conditions
- identity issues and exploration
- loss of direction & purpose
- loss of meaning from life
Online counselling or face-to-face
To understand which medium might best suit you please feel free to contact me or have a read of the information on the following pages: Couples Counselling; Face-to-Face; Video & Voice; Instant Messaging and Email.
If you would like some help, contact me to arrange a session.
You might like to read my blog Online Counselling vs Face to Face to help you reflect on which kind of counselling might work best for you.