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Therapy Sessions
About Me
Individual Counselling

Therapeutic Process

I provide a safe and confidential space for individuals to explore, and reflect on their thoughts, feelings, and emotions.

My therapeutic approach is tailored to the needs of each person as an individual, meaning that I centre the therapeutic space around each clients needs and goals. The relationship between the client and therapist, is an integral part of the process, in order to do this I work collaboratively with each of my clients to get the most out of each session. 


Emotion focused therapy stems from the belief that emotions are strongly linked to actions, decision making and identity. By focusing on emotions it allows the client to reflect on a situation, understand how the feelings and emotions arose from that situation, and safely experience and accept those emotions in order to self-regulate and grow. 


I am a BACP registered therapist with over 5 years of experience working in mental health. I have experience working with a range of different mental health conditions, ranging in complexities in both children (aged 5-17) and adults (18+). 

Similarly, I have experience working with complex life issues such as: 

Trauma, sexual abuse, relationship breakdowns, grief, health conditions, life stressors, work stress, loss of identity and infidelity. 


Academically, I have studied counselling and psychotherapy for 4 years. Achieving a Bachelors degree in Psychology with Counselling and Psychotherapy, and a Master's degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy. Ensuring that I have the knowledge and understanding of a variety of psychological approaches and interventions. 


What to expect?

I facilitate a safe, non-judgmental space, to create a warm and secure therapeutic environment for reflection, empowerment, and growth. 

I centre each session around the needs of each client. Being an integrative person-centred therapist, I follow a non-directive, client led approach. Providing the client with facilitated control during each session, to discuss, reflect, and work through each problem as the client sees fit. This method offers clients the key tools and empowerment to continue work outside of the therapeutic space

The Person-Centred approach is a talking therapy that stems from Carl Roger’s theory of Person-Centred Therapy. 

The therapy is a non-directive client led approach that has three key concepts needed to facilitate client growth. 

  • An empathic understanding

  • Congruence

  • Unconditional positive regard


Person-Centred theory derives from skills and techniques that have been adapted and proven effective over the years, in order for the clients to reach a state of self-actualisation. 


Getting Help

Taking the first step to getting help can be difficult, it’s hard to know what to look for, who to ask and where to start. But that first step can change your life. 

This is why typically, therapists should offer an introduction session (for around 10 minutes) to answer any questions or queries and build rapport with the client. 


If you feel that you need help with your mental health, or with personal growth and wellbeing please seek professional help. 

Thank you for all of your support throughout our therapy journey. I feel so empowered to continue my growth and work, even as our sessions come to an end. You have helped me work through some tough feelings and pin-point where the initial emotions came from, which helped me massivley. You have not only helped me understand my mind and body better, but provided me with some great skills to help myself!

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