About Counselling

As a talking therapy, counselling gives you the opportunity to explore and reflect on your difficulties or dilemmas.
All types of counselling or psychotherapy share a similar rationale – that talking through one’s difficulties with a trained, non-judgemental listener can help you feel better, and shed light on how you might change things in order to improve your wellbeing.

Counselling provides a safe, confidential environment within which to talk through whatever issues may be troubling you.
It is time for you.

About Me

I have a Diploma in Counselling Practice, and work in a flexible and intuitive way, tailoring my approach to each individual and to the particular issues they happen to be facing. I take a holistic approach, exploring the relationship between mind, body and environment, to help improve general wellbeing.

I also have a postgraduate degree in nutritional science, and am able to bring this expertise into my psychotherapeutic work.
As a humanistic counsellor, I believe that everyone has the resources within themselves to find their way to living a contented and fulfilled life. We can’t always control what happens to us, but we can find a way of dealing with whatever life offers us.

I can help with issues such as low mood and depression, anxiety and stress, relationship problems, self-esteem, bereavement and loss, personal development and life choices.
If you are seeking to make or maintain changes to your lifestyle, I can help you work out how best to approach this.

I am an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and have worked as a counsellor for the Cambridge-based charities Cogwheel and CPSL Mind, and for Cruse Bereavement Care.
I also have experience of supporting Cambridge university staff and students.