How therapy can help you

Maybe you're tired of feeling anxious, low in mood or dissatisfied with life?
Having trouble with relationships and want to gain an understanding of yourself, your patterns of behaviour and how your past may be affecting your present?
Seeking skills to cope with every day difficulties and get back on track?

Therapy can help you to gain insight into what is going on for you in the present moment, granting you the skills and self awareness to navigate life's difficulties when they come up.

Therapy is your space, a safe and confidential place for you to express, release and gain clarity.

I offer a 30 minute consultation, for half the price of a full session, where I will listen to your current difficulties, as well as your hopes and goals for therapy. This first session is an opportunity for you to get a feel for therapy with me and whether you'd like to commit to more sessions.

Adult Therapy

I offer weekly, online therapy sessions lasting 50 minutes. The fee for each session is £50. I also offer a limited number of concessionary sessions between £30 – £45 for students and those on low incomes which can be discussed during the initial consultation.

Some of the issues I can help with:

Anxiety (including social anxiety) 


Identity concerns

Self esteem

Managing the inner critical voice

Problems with anger

Low Mood

Managing stress

Relationship difficulties 

Eating Disorders

Bereavement & Grief


Teen Therapy

I work with teens and children to help them to cope with difficult feelings. With over eight years experience working with young people, as a therapist and teacher, I offer a safe and supportive space for young people to express themselves and facilitate wellbeing. 

I offer weekly, online therapy sessions lasting 50 minutes. The fee for each session is £45. 

Some of the issues I can help with:

Self esteem 

Managing stress and worry 

Exploring identity

Bereavement & Grief


Anxiety (including social anxiety)



What therapy with me is like

 I am trained as a psychodynamic psychotherapist/counsellor. The Psychodynamic model is based on the idea that our past experiences, behaviours and relationships often affect who we are today. Sometimes these experiences can leave us feeling stuck and unable to break free from patterns of behaviour that feel unhelpful or even harmful to us. They can impact the way we relate to ourselves and to others. In addition, many of us are unaware of the influence our past experiences have on our current situation, feelings, thoughts and behaviours as much of the process can take place outside of our conscious awareness. This means that at times we may work together to explore and unravel the past and how it impacts your present. As we embark on a process of understanding ourselves and how we relate to others the insight gained can help to alleviate anxieties. As a result you can experience less confusion and self criticism, more self acceptance and inner calm. Although we may look into your past, we will also focus on the present and how you can take practical steps in the here and now to feel more empowered, fulfilled and hopeful.

 Although I draw mainly from psychodynamic theory I take an integrative approach, this means I draw on other therapeutic models such as (CBT) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and internal family systems theory. I also draw on my knowledge of neuroscience and mind-body connections and the arts in therapy. I have additional training in ‘counselling skills using the arts’ and may suggest that you try expressing and exploring your feelings or thoughts in a creative way, such as writing or a piece of art if it feels safe and beneficial for you. Throughout the therapy process you will be welcomed with openness, compassion, empathy and acceptance for all of who you are.

What people I have worked with say...