About me

My Background

My training as an holistic practitioner has informed my whole-being and caring approach to counselling. I found many of my clients came to me with emotional distress, an understandable response to traumatic relationships and events, and I needed to understand these feelings to be truly alongside them.

I trained in the three main counselling approaches: psychodynamic, behavioural, and humanistic, and I draw from these theories in a relational way, allowing us to explore collaboratively the here and now as well as how the past may be affecting you.

I am a volunteer at Sue Lambert Trust, working with clients who have survived physical, mental, emotional and sexual abuse as well as domestic violence. I have volunteered at Mind, supporting clients who have experienced relational trauma, grief, anxiety and depression. 

My Philosophy

As an integrative counsellor I believe that no one theory or philosophy will be the answer for everyone, and through my training I can respond to your individual needs, supporting you to regain the courage and strength to live and feel whole again.


I understand counselling to be a holistic process, integrating all aspects or parts of self: mind, body, social and spiritual. I will work collaboratively with you to integrate each element into a coherent whole, exploring patterns of behaviour and thinking, to discover different, or new ways of approaching relationships and challenges. 


I believe healing to be enhanced by empathic, relational approach to whatever is causing you stress and anxiety.  Counselling is helpful at every stage of life, a supportive space of acceptance to promote and improve mental health.

My Qualifications
BSc (Hons) Integrative Counselling

Awarded by Middlesex University

Advanced Diploma in Integrative Counselling

Matrix College of Counselling & Psychotherapy

Diploma in Integrative Counselling

Matrix College of Counselling & Psychotherapy

Registered Member of UKCP

United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy