There are many reasons why people come to therapy. Sometimes it is to deal with long-standing issues such as anxiety or depression. Other times it is in response to unexpected changes in their life such as a relationship breakup, work transition or bereavement just to name a few. During this time many seek support through counselling and psychotherapy as they pursue their own personal exploration and growth.
In order to work as a counsellor I have undertaken rigorous and extensive training, supervision and undertaken my own personal therapy. In doing so I am aware of what it is like to be a client and with my training I am in a privileged position to guide you through this difficult time.
Through my personal therapy I have overcome many issues from my past and in doing so I believe I have become more accepting of myself. In this journey of self-discovery I have gained the knowledge that I needed to live a fulfilling and fruitful life and in doing so I can see the benefits of counselling and psychotherapy.
The finest quality that I bring to my work is my care for my clients. To sit with my clients and explore their journeys is a position that I really feel privileged to be in. It has taken many years of study and commitment to place me in this position but it really has been worthwhile.