About therapy

There's no doubt that going to therapy has become more 'normal' in recent years. Countless people - me included - have found it helpful to share struggles in a confidential, safe environment. Opening up in this way can be transformative. Nonetheless, choosing to begin therapy is still a big decision, especially at times when we may be feeling particularly vulnerable.

Perhaps you are grieving the loss of a loved one, or struggle to sustain meaningful relationships. Maybe you or someone close to you is self-harming, feeling suicidal, or struggling to get out of bed in the mornings. You may be affected by one or several of the following:

  • depression
  • anxiety and panic attacks
  • addiction
  • eating disorders
  • physical disabilities and chronic pain
  • trauma
  • childhood neglect
  • bullying
  • anger management
  • miscarriage
  • post-natal depression
  • infertility
  • impotence
  • insomnia and nightmares
  • issues around gender or sexuality
  • loneliness
  • personality disorders
  • cultural issues
  • career and workplace difficulties

I offer weekly face-to-face therapy in a quiet, confidential and non-judgmental space. Some clients find that more frequent sessions are helpful; we can discuss this during our sessions. I have experience helping diverse clients at all stages of life. If you would like to arrange an initial consultation, or if you have any questions, please contact me using the secure online form.