About you

What brings people to psychotherapy?

I work with a diverse range of adults from many different backgrounds and experiencing a wide range of challenges and difficulties. I work on a one-to-one, face-to-face basis.  I have a particular interest in helping people who are experiencing issues with:


Coping with the demands of modern lifestyles, developing resilience.


Confusing, unhelpful and destructive, negative thinking patterns.  Feeling anxious, frightened or panic.


Feeling low, emotionally exhausted, broken and unable to cope. A general sense of dissatisfaction with life.

Loss and grief

Bereavement, mourning, relationship loss, redundancy.


Communication problems, repeating negative patterns of behaviour, difficulties in sustaining a healthy, satisfying relationship, dealing with loss and loneliness, separation and divorce, family issues.

Low self-esteem

Low sense of self-worth, self-sabotage, repeating, self-limiting behaviours.

Lack of confidence

Always pleasing others, feeling overlooked, difficulties in asserting yourself.


Leaving home or children leaving home, ‘quarter and mid-life crisis’, new relationship, career change, retirement, ageing.

Personal identity and life purpose

Confusion or doubts about personal identity and life purpose.

Work-related problems

Stress and burnout, difficult interpersonal relationships, dealing with office politics, bullying and harassment, work-life balance, career development.

Personal Development

Developing emotional intelligence; managing yourself and others effectively and thriving in a stressful environment.  Releasing unrealised potential.