About Me

I primarily work in the Person-Centred model of counselling, and incorporate Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) techniques if appropriate. I can help you to explore, consider, or reframe your thoughts and feelings, and explore possible actions for future change.


In action, this means that I am guided by you and what you choose to bring to each session without giving my opinions, guidance, or advice. No-one knows you better than you! If I think they may be of use, occasionally I will incorporate worksheets or collaborate on goal setting with you (which are common CBT techniques). 


The therapeutic relationship is a key component of counselling change. It is hugely important to me that I ensure our therapeutic relationship is built on a foundation of empathy, non-judgement, and respect.



My Qualifications & Membership


MSc Counselling (Bangor University)

MA (Undergrad.) Psychology (The University of Edinburgh)

Member of the The National Counselling & Psychotherapy Society

Member of the The British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy




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