- Phone number
- Flexible hours available
- Concessionary Rates
About me and my therapy practice
I am a person-centred bereavement counsellor and will help you to explore your thoughts and feelings after the death of someone close to you.
You might be struggling with feelings of grief, anxiety, depression, guilt or anger, questioning your identity without the person in your life, or asking what life holds for you now.
The opportunity to talk to someone other than your family and friends might be enough for you to begin to feel better. If I think you are stuck in ways of behaving or thinking that are unhelpful to you I would gently point this out and we could talk it through. I might make suggestions of activities that other people have found helpful in bereavement but you are free to decide if you wish to try them or not.
Counselling will not remove the pain of grief instantly and people are often upset in the first few sessions as they talk about the events that have lead them to counselling. Many people begin to feel better after a few sessions while some benefit from meeting for longer. We can decide together when it is time for our sessions together to end.
What I can help with
Anxiety, Bereavement, Depression, Loss, Health related issues, Identity issues, Self esteem, Spirituality, Relationships
Types of therapy
Clients I work with
Adults, Older adults
How I deliver therapy
Long-term face-to-face work, Short-term face-to-face work