Clients seek counselling with me to help them resolve emotional, psychological and relationship issues, to improve their overall well-being and mental health.
I am committed to providing counselling and psychotherapy in a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment.
We will work together at a pace that feels comfortable for you, to explore your feelings, thoughts, behaviours and patterns, whilst at the same time trying to understand how these processes may have developed. This can be a daunting process, but with support, you will be given time and space to explore and reflect on these experiences and relate them to your current way of being in the world. I draw from a range of counselling and psychotherapy approaches to provide the right support for you.
I am able to provide both short term counselling, where you may have a specific problem which you wish to look at or longer-term therapy, where deeper more complex issues can be explored. Both short and long-term work will have the aim of enabling you to enhance your life and to live it more fully.
The greatest investment you can ever make is the investment in self.
I am an experienced pragmatic counsellor / psychotherapist, helping clients who have difficulties with issues such as:
- Addiction (Longer term treatment)
- Anger Management
- Career Issues
- Childhood Abuse (physical, emotional, and sexual)
- Communication Problems
- Disordered Eating
- Emotional Dysregulation
- Guilt & Shame
- Low Self-Esteem
- Relationship Concerns and Conflict
- Self-Defeating Behaviours
- Social Skill Building
- Psychotherapeutic Counselling
- Person-Centred Counselling
- Psychodynamic Counselling
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Mindfulness & Relaxation
- Individual Counselling
- Corporate Counselling & Mental Wellbeing
- Mental Health and Well-being workshops
I offer bespoke mental health and well-being workshops in businesses around the UK
I work with a number of organisations in the UK offering a therapist service for their employees, this engages the staffing team by sending a clear concrete message that they are supported and valued. It demonstrates corporate responsibility, removes stigma around mental health and shows committed to their employees that they matter.
Employees spend long hours at work and research shows that stress is a leading contributor to mental health difficulties in teams and with colleagues whether this is work related or external. The working environment is effected by this and the ripple effect alters the dynamics, relationships and productivity within the team.
As a corporate therapist I can understand the business culture and the employee. We work collaboratively in supporting the individual better understand themselves, help them to find the solutions to improve their mental well-being thus offering greater harmony, engagement, satisfaction and productivity.
It makes business sense to support your people.
Be proactive and lead the way in mental health support, it has a genuine positive impact!
Are you ready to be the best version of you?
Contact me today and make the first
step towards changing your life