Supervision certificate (BPS/CPCAB/BACP Level 6), Online Counselling CYP and Adults certificate (ACTO), Masters in Counselling Studies, BSc Psychology, Diploma in Midwifery, Level 4 Certificate in Counselling Children Through Play, Accredited Mindfulness Teacher, Foundation Certificate in Group Work

Therapeutic Approach

Person-centred, Psychodynamic, Integrative, Solution Focused, Attachment, Family Therapy, CBT (General)

Membership body


Years practicing

10 years

Issues worked with

Sleep Problems, Illness in the family, Academic Stress, Abuse (unspecified), Work-related issues, Sexual abuse, Learning difficulties (general), Depression, Anxiety (Worries, Fears, Panic), Rape/sexual assault, Grief/Loss, Fertility and pregnancy, Parenting, Romantic Relationships, Trauma, Stress, Bereavement, Family issues/relationships, Addiction, Confidence/Self-esteem, Self-harm, Autism spectrum disorder, ADHD/ADD, Social anxiety, Spirituality/Religion, Insomnia, Childhood abuse.

Special interest areas

I am happy to work with the issues surrounding those listed, but am not limited to these so please feel open to exploring your difficulty with me. I also run mindfulness based pain & stress management classes and work with trauma related to bereavement and palliative care, infant and child loss, and sexual trauma. My specialist area is neurodivergence. I identify as neurodivergent, within a neurodivergent household. I supervise therapists who work with neurodivergent people and otherwise. Within my own practice I deliver therapeutic support via counselling, psychotherapy and wellbeing practices to adults, children, young people and families wanting support. I also deliver Mindfulness programmes adapted for those who identify as neurodivergent and specialist training to workplaces to support awareness and inclusion of the neurodivergent population. .

Personal Statement

Let's get connected and see how I maybe able to help.  Sometimes we need to be heard, understood and supported. Other times we need support to find solutions, coaching and a more direct focus. What if we need both of these things together at different stages?  This is where integrating my approach has helped many people find a way forward through difficult times.  I have worked as a therapist for many years in Education, Health and Social Care services, including universities, schools, NHS maternity services, sexual trauma centres, family support and palliative care and bereavement services.  I fully understand how life's transitions often bring a sense of instability and sometimes we all need someone to listen, understand and offer a professional and emotionally supportive service. We are only human after all.