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  • Due to COVID-19 I am now working online via Zoom or Skype until further notice
  • I will be offering some additional lower cost sessions for those most financially impacted during this crisis

You may find yourself feeling disconnected, or as though the life you are living is not your own. Perhaps you feel dissatisfied or unhappy, in a crisis or seeking resolution for a particular difficulty.

I am an experienced and BACP Accredited psychotherapist. I will listen to you carefully and thoughtfully, and provide an empathic space where you can freely unravel, explore and understand your feelings, thoughts and experiences.

I offer you the chance to more fully understand yourself, past experiences and relationships, ultimately allowing you to live a life that feels more genuine, connected and meaningful.

I am experienced in working with a wide range of life issues, such as –

  • Depression
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Loss & bereavement
  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Family difficulties

Getting Started With Psychotherapy

Beginning the process of psychotherapy can be daunting and confusing. I offer a free 10 minute phone consultation where you can explain a little about your reasons for seeking psychotherapy and what you might hope to gain, and I can answer questions you may have about the process

I aim to respond to any enquiries within 12 hours

The Psychological Impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Seemingly out of nowhere, we find ourselves in uncertain, unknown and worrying times. An invisible, and unsettling threat has arisen in the form of COVID-19. This has prompted fear, worry and anxiety in many of us, and caused chaos, confusion and disruption to our lives, the communities, cities and world in which we live. There … Continue reading

Understanding & Managing Family Issues

Understanding & Managing Family Issues Family Dynamics Family life influences and informs us, from the beginning of our lives, to the end. All families go through changes, experience difficulties or ruptures. It is quite normal to experience issues within a family, and also to struggle in managing these. Family dynamics impact our development and how … Continue reading

How To Manage Feeling Sad

Feeling Sad – A Universal Experience Sadness is a natural human emotion, and we will all experience it at different points. Life provides us with continual ups and downs, and our feelings will change and develop as a response to our changing internal landscapes. Indeed, sadness is a universal component of being human, a language … Continue reading

How To Manage Generalised Anxiety Disorder

Anxiety is a common difficulty experienced at some point by us all. Anxious feelings often arise in relation to situations or experiences which provoke feelings of unease, worry or fear. Attending a job interview or having an exam for example, can quite easily bring forth feelings of anxiety. In situations such as this, anxiety is … Continue reading

Understanding & Managing A Depression Relapse

What Is A Relapse Depression is not so much something that can be cured, more something for which we have a variety of treatment options. It operates in cycles and phases, which are often unpredictable. It could be likened to a potential shadow, lurking ominously in the background, ready at any moment to descend. We … Continue reading

Understanding And Managing Overthinking

In the modern world, we are almost constantly bombarded by visual and audio stimuli from a wide variety of sources, offered choice on a vast scale and provided with the opportunity to access anything at any time. This energetic, alive and sometimes overwhelming world can make the experience of overthinking more common. In the moments … Continue reading

The Importance Of Psychotherapy During The Division Of Brexit

This blog aims to explore the themes of division and uncertainty created and cultivated during the process of Brexit and the changing political landscape we currently inhabit. I aim to consider the important role psychotherapy has during these times of division, and how it may help you to process the feelings or experiences related to … Continue reading