There are no wrong questions to come to therapy with. Any feelings or issues that sit uncomfortably with you are a valid starting point for therapy – even if you can’t quite put your finger on what these feelings or questions might be. I see my job as helping you to access what you think and feel, and to support you in sensing your way forward.

I believe it’s important to weave together talking about past biographical experiences, as well as focusing on future possibilities, helping you identify both problems and resources. The Biographical Counselling training that I completed, influences my work by integrating ideas about a holistic body, soul and spirit approach. Thinking in this way may be helpful for you in giving you an increased sense of meaning and purpose.

I aim for a co-constructed collaboration between us to be at the heart of our relationship. All the evidence of successful therapy suggests that a positive working alliance between client and therapist makes for the best possible outcome, and I do my best to enable this so that you can get the most out of our work together.

I offer both long and short term work which will be regularly reviewed throughout.

Where do I start?

I suggest an initial consultation. This is an opportunity to meet me and see if I feel like the right person for you. This lasts 1hr and is charged at the hourly fee.

What happens next?

I suggest weekly meetings, but there is no obligation to commit to anything long or short term.

How many sessions will I need?

This is something that we will think about together. I do regular reviews of our work to ensure we are keeping on the right track for you.


Sessions are charged at £60 and I offer a sliding scale if there is financial constraint. There is a cancellation fee payable of the full session fee if appointments are cancelled within 48 hours of the session.