- Phone number
- Wheelchair accessible office
About me and my therapy practice
I have over twenty-five year's experience as a therapist. I've worked in many different settings from universities to charities, and I've run a private practice for nearly all that time. My work focuses on supporting you through the challenges you are facing: relationship issues, bereavement, anxiety, depression... At the heart of therapy is the relationship which develops between us; I will give you time and space to explore and think through the issues which have brought you to me - for as long as feels helpful.
My approach to therapy is integrative - drawing on psychodynamic, existential and cognitive approaches to understanding human distress. I believe that change occurs when we feel supported to take meaningful steps in line with our deeply held values. But counselling is not just about making change: it can also be a way of accessing support when we are facing testing times in life - and I aim to be alongside through whatever difficult you are facing.
I have a Doctorate in Psychotherapy (Metanoia/Middlesex University, 2010); an MA in Counselling (University of Birmingham, 1999) and a Certificate in Marital and Couple Counselling (RELATE 1999).
Please visit my website for further information and for answers to common questions from people who are thinking about coming for therapy. I look forward to hearing from you.
The use of the title Dr in this directory listing relates to the member’s research qualification at PhD level and does not imply a general medical qualification.
What I can help with
Anxiety, Bereavement, Depression, Loss, Cultural issues, Identity issues, Men's issues, Self esteem, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Spirituality, Relationships, Sex-related issues, Anger management, Stress, Work related issues
Types of therapy
Cognitive, Existential, Integrative, Psychodynamic
Clients I work with
Adults, Couples, EAP, Older adults, Young people
How I deliver therapy
Long-term face-to-face work, Short-term face-to-face work