About me

A few words about my journey so far

As a result of working therapeutically through the challenges faced in my life, I developed a deep desire and discovered my calling to support others through their pain, trauma and addictions. I went on to train in Psychosynthesis psychotherapy – an integrative and humanistic approach to healing which allows your story to be told, your voice to be heard and helps to give power to that voice. Psychosynthesis is a liberating modality and provides a map to navigate your way through the human experience and is a toolbox for life.

My main client work over the last few years has focused on depression, anxiety, addiction, abuse (sexual, physical, emotional and mental) and relationship issues but I am not limited to these areas. I am a qualified fitness instructor which enables me to bring physical fitness alongside my therapeutic approach as I strongly believe optimum physical health is a contributing factor to sound mental health.  Additionally, I am a trained Reiki practitioner which has helped provide me with an energetically intuitive approach to guiding clients to release their somatic issues.  All of these practices I have developed allow for the integration of mind, body and soul to aid recovery – I am very honoured to bring my learnings into private practice to help facilitate a bigger space for others to heal. I have full public liability insurance and am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). I also attend regular supervision and keep up to date with regular CPD (Continuing professional development).

‘To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself’

Thich Nhat Hanh

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