“Beyond the notions of good and bad, there is a field. I will meet you there.”

– Rumi

My Therapy Practice

I aim to provide a compassionate, safe and non-judgemental space for you to attend to yourself. You may be seeking therapy to deal with your relationships, your life in general, anxiety, depression, crisis of meaning and life purpose – to name but a few. My hope is that this process will offer a precious and regular opportunity for you to take a fresh look at yourself and your life.

Fundamental to our work will be a relationship of trust and safety.

I follow the ethical guidelines of BACP (British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists) around confidentiality and professional conduct. I also have full professional indemnity insurance.

My approach is based on the belief that as social beings our challenges need to be looked at in the context of our relationships. We also look at your individual and internal processes to improve self-awareness. This may well involve reflecting on your past and your past relationship patterns. However, my focus is more on the here and now.

This means paying attention to our mind, body and emotions, and how they can each find their rightful place in our unique life.

The work will be tailored to your uniqueness and aspirations. We can work on thought patterns and behaviours that don’t serve you anymore. Or we may want to trace back to earlier blocks and relationships. While my training is in Psychosynthesis (which emphasises a holistic and person centered approach) I draw upon other schools and modalities as necessary such as Gestalt, Existential, Psychodynamic, Mindfulness, Humanistic and others.

I work with a range of requirements from short term solution-focused work to long term counseling, working with deep-rooted issues.


If you would like to ask me any questions or arrange for an online or face to face session, please get in touch here.


Psychotherapy and counselling


Mental health at work

Facilitation and conflict resolution

Latest Articles

The Importance of Self-Awareness

The Importance of Self-Awareness

If we don’t develop self awareness we can be like a programmed machine sleep walking through our lives. We become simply an accumulation of what has gone before and the result of what happened to us in the past. But it is possible to break from the tyranny of the past...

read more
Depression as a sign of health

Depression as a sign of health

Why do people get depressed? Feeling low and anxious is something everyone experiences at times. Suffering from depression is not the same thing. Depression leads to a loss of interest in things that would ordinarily give us pleasure. A frequent account is: “Playing...

read more