I am still accepting new clients and offering reduced rate phone and video sessions via Zoom to support individuals and couples through the Coronavirus outbreak.
In order to understand what has brought you to therapy, I offer an initial consultation to understand a bit more about you and what you want from therapy. It is also an ideal time for you to ask any questions you might have about counselling or the way I work.
An initial consultation for Individual therapy is £35.00, and for Couples therapy is £45.00 per 50 minute session.
During these unprecedented times you will face many new challenges. Being in isolation may evoke new emotions and possibly unprocessed issues from the past. In addition, we are all facing loss on some level. Therapy can offer a dedicated space to talk, be heard, relate, and to make sense of the past and the present. People come to counselling for many different reasons, and with a wide variety of aims. I can offer you support through the Coronavirus, whether you are facing loss, bereavement, depression, anxiety or relationship difficulties.
Psychotherapeutic Counselling for individuals is £40.00 - £50.00
per 50 minute session depending on your circumstances.
Couples counselling can be of huge benefit in many situations or stages of your relationship. Therapy can be a resource used whether parties are dedicated to resolving current relationship difficulties, whether looking to separate in an amicable way, or co-parent. I provide a dynamic space in which to explore difficulties experienced within a couple. During our sessions we aim to identify unhelpful repetitive behaviours, first creating awareness and then developing strategies for doing things differently. The therapeutic space provides an objective and non-judgemental zone conducive to speaking honestly and openly.
Psychotherapeutic Counselling for couples and pairs is £55.00
per 50 minute session.
I value personal growth - yours and mine. I am a qualified Psychotherapeutic Counsellor in advanced ongoing clinical training. Using Relational Transactional Analysis, my approach is integrative, drawing on both Psychoanalytic and Humanistic principals.
Whilst working with relational difficulties, trauma and bereavement/loss I have a particular interest in working with minority groups who have experienced being marginalised by society. My practice is non-discriminatory, race and LGBT+ affirmative, with respect for the individuality, experience and value of each client.
Providing a safe, confidential and empathic space, I work to support you in exploring whatever it is that has brought you into therapy.
I belong to the following institutes and professional bodies: BACP; Metanoia Institute; IARTA; and EATA.