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I am a fully qualified and experienced therapeutic counsellor. In combination with my private work, I support clients who are impacted by domestic abuse, be it historic or current. I have varied experience in working with neuro-divergence, both in educational settings as well as therapeutically. Previously, I have facilitated group work, providing safe and creative spaces for women experiencing relational trauma. 
I have also worked with those in crisis as a result of chronic addictions, homelessness and other debilitating circumstances. 

Qualifications and Training

CPCAB Level 4  Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling

CPCAB Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies

CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills

I hold a commitment to regular and continuous Continued Professional Development, including:


-Working with Anger, Rage and Relationships

-Trauma Informed Approaches

-Attachment-based therapy

-Working with shame 


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My Approach

I have been trained to draw upon lots of different approaches, and remain open and attentive to the individual; their unique needs, ways of expressing and relating. 

I recognise that sometimes, feelings can be wordless. I am passionate about facilitating more creative and sensory-based ways of expression. This may be through drawing, colour, or simply moulding clay in our hands. Creative expression can support a sense of empowerment and belonging. It can allow us to feel seen, as well as connect us to what may feel hidden or even unspeakable. 


I hold in great importance the 

value of human relationship and work to establish connection through compassion and curiosity. 

High Sensitivity

Life as a highly sensitive person can often feel tricky to navigate. Feelings of overwhelm, fear, distress and apprehension can feel enormous, especially when the world doesn't always seem to be able to hold their intensity. As a little girl I often felt alone with emotions that felt too big for my little body and brain, leading to feelings of shame around who I was and how I felt. 

When I first heard the term 'high sensitivity', I felt validated, it became clear that I'm not doomed, rather I can be empowered to create a gentler, kinder environment for myself to inhabit. 

I'm slowly beginning to feel more confident to settle into myself and embrace the gifts high sensitivity can bring, though it isn't always easy. 

If you are struggling with feelings of panic or discomfort, I can help facilitate a calming environment, so that you can explore, sooth and get to know the parts of you that become overwhelmed. 

My Approach
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