I’m an integrative, relational, and trauma-informed counsellor, which means that I work in a range of ways to meet the needs of my clients, incorporating aspects of different therapeutic approaches in response to each person's preference. I consider myself affirming of all aspects of gender, sexual and relationship diversity (GSRD), sex- and kink-positive, and supportive of those who are exploring these aspects.
I believe strongly in social justice and equality and am committed to anti-oppressive counselling practice. As well as my own lived experience of being from a mixed heritage background, I also work part-time providing therapy for refugees, asylum seekers, and other clients from ethnically minoritised backgrounds.
|Award||Awarding body||Year of award|
|MA Counselling and Psychotherapy with Distinction||University of the West of England||2023|
|Postgraduate Certificate in Counselling Skills||University of South Wales||2020|
Everybody is different, and may need and want different things from a counsellor. My practice is integrative, meaning that it blends aspects of different methodologies to meet the needs of my clients. The foundation of my practice centres around person-centred therapy, and can also include elements of psychodynamic, Gestalt, and anti-oppressive approaches. I also work with a relational and trauma-informed approach. Some areas I have experience working with are:
Choosing the right therapist is an important decision. If you're interested in working with me, I offer a free 20-minute, introductory phone or video call. If you decide to continue, then the initial session is charged at a discounted £30, following which sessions are £60, and last 50-55 minutes.
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