I offer sessions during the week and on Sunday mornings. I currently offer some face to face slots as well as counselling via telephone and online.

About Me And My Therapy Practice

Making the decision to seek counselling shows a desire for change. Starting therapy demonstrates a commitment to making those changes happen.

I work with clients across a range of issues including depression, abuse, addiction loss, anger management and low self-worth. My previous role as a counsellor at a leading youth charity means I also have experience supporting young adults and teenagers. A particular focus of my work has been helping clients overcome anxiety, addressing their self-critic and challenging negative habits.

The first step is for us to talk on the phone. This gives me a chance to see if I am the right therapist for you and for you to do the same. We can also discuss fees and confidentiality. If it feels like the right fit we can then arrange a time for a first appointment either in person or remotely.

As a person-centred counsellor, I partner and support my clients. At the beginning of our partnership, I ask clients to tell me what they hope to achieve and we work towards those objectives, always keeping in mind the changes you want to make to your life and circumstances.

To find out more about how I could work with you please get in touch.

Practice Description

Sessions are 50 minutes and either take place at my practice room in Forest Row or remotely. I follow the BACP's ethical code and am a qualified person centred counsellor. I have an up to date DBS and am fully insured.

My First Session

I meet with new clients after an initial phone conversation. This includes a potential client whose parents, partners or family are looking for support on their behalf.