So, what can you expect if you come to see me?


When you first get in contact we will talk about your needs and I will explain a bit more about how I work. After this, if you want to take things further we will book your first session at a time which suits us both. 

I work in an integrative way which means I can call on a number of theories in which I have been trained (these include person centred, CBT and transactional analysis, as well as systemic theory and psychodynamic). You don't need to understand what this means but if you are interested in finding out more you can do so by clicking here   BACP


The most important thing is that I am here to listen to you and to help you to find a way through whatever is troubling you. I do not offer advice as such, although sometimes, where appropriate I may suggest strategies to help you to cope with or overcome specific difficulties.

I have worked with all manner of issues including bereavement, anxiety, depression, relationship problems and self harm. I work with individuals and couples, and have a particularly strong experience of working with adolescents (having worked for a number of years at the Youth Enquiry Service in  High Wycombe).