I believe that with the space to do so, an individual has the power and tools to make the changes in themselves that they need to move forward from a difficult period in their life.
I found the field of counselling (or it found me!) in 2007 when studying a degree in Childhood, Culture & Education and I decided to volunteer as a telephone counsellor for Childline. This gave me significant insight into the many issues people face in today’s world and highlighted the importance of having someone to hear their thoughts and feelings and to have the space to talk to someone outside of their immediate network.
I qualified as a person-centred counsellor in 2012 and have since worked in several fields such as the charity sector, employee assistance programs (EAPs) and in private practice.
I am a caring person and I will listen without judgement; I will be there with you throughout the process which may be challenging or emotional at times as you work through your issues.
I am a registered Member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). This means I adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework and I attend monthly supervision.