• What is therapy?

    Relinquishing the hold of the past on the present.

    THERAPY has a more past-to-present focus and looks at the deeper issues that may be causing any ongoing emotional pain and paralysis. We work to understand and to heal those wounds so that you are no longer conditioned by what has come before and can begin to live a happier, healthier and more connected life.

    Why seeing a therapist might be right for you...

    You may...

    • be feeling anxious, depressed or struggling with emotional overwhelm - or even numbing out.
    • feel out of control and unable to contain your feelings and behaviour.
    • have relationship issues - with yourself, at work, the family or your significant other - or you may be struggling to find that special someone.
    • find the same things keep happening to you over and over and you feel powerless to do anything about it.
    • have experienced trauma in the form of sexual abuse or physical violence.
    • be struggling with destructive or unhealthy compulsive behaviour and feelings.
    • want a safe space in which to explore your feelings, behaviours and experiences - and how you feel about them.
  • My commitment to you

    What you can expect from me.

    A safe space.

    I commit to creating a safe, non-judgemental space for you to be in. And I will support you, walk alongside you, explore and offer gentle challenge where needed, every step of the way. 

    Being listened to.

    A huge part of any healing journey is being heard. I offer my compassion and my sensitivity and I am here to listen to whatever it is you need to bring.

    A healing relationship.

    Pain and hurt are created in relationship and through relationship they can be healed. I offer my knowledge of relational trauma, rupture and repair - and a willingness to offer you a different way to connect and experience being 'in relationship'.


    It is always helpful to understand why we do the things we do or feel the way we do. Psycho-education is a really useful way of creating awareness about the impact of our actions and emotions. It also offers a great way of looking at it rationally, so that we don't feel so bad about it. We become kinder to ourselves as we understand that we are, in the end, just 'human'.

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