Who I am
I am a qualified counsellor/ psychotherapist. I have particular experience with those living with addiction and mental health struggles including Bi Polar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD, depression, anxiety and other undiagnosed concerns. I have also worked with people who are being affected by the struggles of those close to them, which is often experienced as anxiety, depression and stress.
As the Counsellor for a Residential Home supporting young people I spent time with those that had experienced homelessness, addiction or perhaps an unsettled start in life. I have worked with teenagers and young people experiencing anxiety and depression.
I have trained and spent time as a Samaritan.
As a Humanistic Therapist I believe in uniqueness of each individual and understand that everyone's needs are different, which is why counselling will follow your path to see what your needs are.
Before becoming a counsellor I worked with families and people under exceptional pressure as part of a multi team support network.
I also work in a school where I have supported main stream children and those that were considered to have particular needs including autism, ADHD and Cerebral Palsy.
So if you think you might like to look further into what counselling could do for you we can start with a free 30 minute consultation after which you should know if you want to explore further.
Training, qualifications & experience
- Foundation Degree in Humanistic Counselling and Psychotherapy, Greenwich University
- Addiction and Mental Health Counsellor at Catalyst Charitable Organisation
- Assigned counsellor For The Amber House Project for young people with a history of homelessness and addiction
- DBS enhanced clearance