Integrative Person Centered Counselling
07928 333 639
Art Therapy                                    Psychotherapy                                      Anxiety Management                        Domestic Abuse
Sand Therapy                                 TA Counselling                                   Depression management                   Photo Therapy
Visualizations                                 CBT Counselling                                Grief                                                           Person  Centred counselling
Many people believe that combining therapies improved their lives beyond their expectation.
Knowing that you have access to a wide range of tools to support you with changes in your current situations gives hope to clients.

You have the ability to turn your life around, in career, relationship and in the way you feel about yourself and your environment.
Together we can work on unwanted habits, Stress, Anxiety, depression, bereavement, Grief, Low Self-esteem, Confidence, goal setting, and motivation.
Counselling is spending time with an independent individual who will listen without passing judgment in a safe environment. Together we explore emotions and feelings that have been attached to our way of thinking through walking the path of life.

There is no set amount of sessions, and you are able to continue counselling until you feel you are ready.
Each session lasts 50 minutes
I am a member of the british association of counselling and psychotherapy (BACP), which means I run my business in an ethical manner with high standards and continue to complete further continued personal development (CPD).
I am very passionate about my work as a counsellor and feel this will come across in our sessions.

Over the last 10 years I have been working with victims of domestic abuse, and the 
emotional effect it can have on a person. Causing them anxiety and depression.
I found that these traumas can have an effect on your mind, body, and soul. As a result of this, y
ou can be left with a conflict of emotions fear, confusion, anger, depression, stress, shame, low self-esteem, resentment, sadness and feeling powerless.
When you feel physically threatened, without the ability to escape or have control of getting away our body goes into survival mode – fight, flight or freeze mode. This does not automatically return to normal once you have left the relationship and working through these emotions can reduce the continuing feelings of anxiety and stress. 
 I run The Journey Back from Domestic Abuse programme which allows the client to work through the body defense system of keeping us safe in fight or flight. Looking at the emotions connected to the relationship and how to reduce anxiety.


  If you would like more information, please feel free to contact me today.

I look forward to meeting you soon