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Fees and Services

All online therapeutic sessions are £50 for 50 minutes

I offer therapy sessions online via video most weekdays and evenings. 

All in person therapeutic sessions are £55 for 50 minutes

I do have limited face to face availability on Friday mornings at The Natural Healthcare Centre in Stapenhill, which can be booked directly with me.

Palm Leaf

 I work with adults and young people 16+, on a one to one basis, in a quiet and confidential space.  We can work on whatever is troubling you without distraction. We can engage in just talking or when words fail, we can use creative media to find ways to express yourself. I am led by you in what you would like to focus on and will work at your pace.


I firmly believe that you have the resources within to deal with what troubles you and that my role is to help you make links to patterns and discover the wisdom within.

Integrative Counselling means using a range of approaches depending on what is most helpful to each client.

My approach combines different techniques associated with Person-Centred Therapy, Psychodynamic theories, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Transactional Analysis, and The Rewind Technique for trauma and PTS/PTSD to support each client in the best way for them.

I find it useful to sometimes use elements of somatic connection, mindfulness, breathing and relaxation techniques, psycho-education such as polyvagal theory and neuroscience of anxiety within therapy sessions, where appropriate to aid clients.

Trauma-informed Care follows five guiding principles of safety, choice, collaboration, trustworthiness and empowerment. 


These serve as a framework for all service providers and services to work with to reduce the likelihood of re-traumatisation. 


Trauma-informed therapy understands and considers the all-encompassing nature of trauma and promotes environments of healing and recovery rather than practices and services that may inadvertently re-traumatise.

LGBTQIA+ affirmative therapy focuses on addressing the social, emotional and psychological needs of our LGBTQIA+ community, without judgment or preconceptions.


I believe that counselling should be completely non-discriminatory and as part of this belief I work with a LGBTQ+ affirmative approach. I have experience working with gender, sex and relationship diversity, trans and questioning people and their families. 

It is a safe affirming space for you.

 Gender, sexuality and relationship diversity are complex issues that can result in feelings of shame, internalised conflicts, dysphoria and incongruence with how we feel and what we believe.  Having awareness to understand ourselves within our context can be empowering.


I can offer an understanding, trauma-informed, affirming space to explore facets of your gender and sexuality that may be causing you difficulties.

Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Dyslexia and other neurodivergence can impact social skills, ability to focus, organise tasks, self-discipline and executive functioning skills which can result in chronically low self-esteem, anxiety, depression and other mental health issues.

Neurodivergent brains may also be difficult to understand if there are co-occurring OCD, bipolar disorder or gender dysphoria. Whether you are looking to have just a few sessions to understand your neurodivergence and how it may impact your mental health, or would like to consider longer-term therapy, I welcome anyone who feels that counselling or psychotherapy may be of help.


Whilst ADHD are primarily treated with medications, psychotherapy and coaching have often been found to be hugely beneficial which it comes to living with a neurodivergent brain. My work is underpinned by anti-ableist approaches to therapy so different ways of working are welcome.

I work alongside and support Wellbeing in the Arts, which is a not-for-profit organisation that has been set up to provide individuals, productions and organisations with access to a counselling service and supply ‘on the ground’ mental health and wellbeing support. 


It also delivers bespoke in-person and online mental health first aid training, workshops, and drop-in surgeries, and collaborates with organisations to build healthier and more creative working environments to improve awareness of mental health and wellbeing issues within the Arts industry.

I am interested in providing therapy for student counsellors who are required to undergo therapy as part of their course requirements.

This is an interesting relationship as you may not have chosen to undertake therapy if not for course requirements and this brings an added dimension to the work we might complete together, additionally you are learning theories that may or may not match your experience in the therapeutic space.

I am always keen to explore these experiences with you and know a little more about you.

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