THERAPY & COACHING

RELATIONSHIPS

LIFE

WORK

Personal

Addictions

Anxiety and Stress

Depression

Disordered eating, body image

Low self-esteem or self-confidence

Self-harming behaviours

Relational

Personal relationships

Affairs and betrayal

Work relationships

Family issues

Abuse

Divorce/ Relationship ending

Trauma

Childhood and complex trauma

Dissociation

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFT)

Panic attacks

PTDS and CPTSD

Eating disorders

Life

Bereavement

Anxiety and stress

New phase of life

Feeling isolated

Marriage or divorce

Illness

Career/job change

Why therapy?

It’s not always easy to ask for help. We often learn and are encouraged to think we should be able to ‘fix’ things by ourselves. Asking for help can feel like some kind of failing but in actuality, seeking help when we are struggling or want something to be different is most often the best move we can make.

If you are considering therapy right now it is most likely that there is some aspect of your life that you feel powerless over, to control, deal with, or change in some way. It may be a loss of some kind such as a job or relationship, feeling insecure, finding yourself in conflict with others (or yourself), struggling to overcome a regretful decision, constantly worrying what others think of you or finding your thoughts difficult and tiring.

Whatever your reasons, my aim is to help you feel empowered in your life to move past whatever difficulty you are facing and/or bring about the change you are seeking so that you can experience a richer, more meaningful life.


How can I help?

I am warm, insightful, sometimes challenging, and highly experienced. I have successfully helped clients from all walks of life work through a wide range of presenting issues and specialise in working with anxiety, trauma and disordered eating.

Below are listed some of the areas that I can help with and you can find more on these on my Psychotherapy page.

If you have any questions or want to enquire about coming for an initial no-obligation consultation session, do get in touch.

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