My Integrative Approach to Therapy

I am trained as an integrative therapist which allows me to use a range of therapeutic tools to fit your individual needs and therapeutic goals.

I offer a space where you can press pause on the outside world, allowing you to talk freely, without judgement, so that you can fully explore the thoughts, feelings and experiences that might be troubling you.


I think the best therapeutic work comes from a strong therapeutic bond based on trust and so the relationship between us will form part of our work together.

Depending on what makes sense to you, I will use a blend of  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Humanistic, Gestalt and Psychodynamic approaches.

I offer sessions face-to face or via Zoom and these can be open-ended or time-limited. 



I have always been interested in people and have worked in the health and social care sector for the past decade. 


I have worked with a many different people therapeutically, on a one-to-one level and in groups, across a variety of settings including: low secure forensic units, prisons, female only rehabs and on an open-ended basis in private practice.


Within these roles I have and continue to help clients with:

  • Relationship Issues

  • Perfectionism

  • Burnout

  • Anxiety

  • Addiction

  • Depression

  • Grief and Loss

  • Sexuality

  • Low self-esteem

  • Hearing voices

  • Abuse

  • Trauma

  • Self-harm

  • Suicidal thoughts


British Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists (BACP) accredited postgraduate diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of East London. 

British Psychological Society (BPS) recognised Master of Science in Forensic Psychology from the University of Surrey. 

BPS Bachelor of Science from Newcastle University. 

These trainings lasted for six years in total and whilst working in health and social care I completed a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) in Tackling Substance Misuse and Working With Young People Experiencing Domestic and Sexual Violence.

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