I am a qualified, UKCP accredited, psychotherapeutic counsellor. I work with an integrative, relational approach. This approach draws on a range of psychological theories which means I can tailor our work together, to best fit your individual needs within a safe environment with compassion and honesty.
During my counselling career I have sought counselling experience in many different settings to broaden my knowledge and understanding of the counselling sector in Cambridgeshire. It has also helped me to gain experience with a wide range of client groups.
My areas of counselling work have included medical patients within the NHS (Peterborough City Hospital), females within the criminal justice system (Women’s Aid), young adults (YMCA), survivors of sexual abuse and rape (Sexual Assault Referral Centre), couples and family members (Relate Cambridge) and teenagers (Children Our Ultimate Investment).
Alongside my private practice I continue to work for Headway Cambridgeshire supporting individuals and family members who's lives have been effected by brain injury.
I am a registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP) and an accredited member of the UK Council of Psychotherapy (UKCP).
Like all professional counsellors I attend regular clinical supervision to ensure that I am practising ethically and maintaining the professional standards required, to provide you with safe, effective and supportive counselling.
As a qualified psychotherapeutic counsellor and registered member of BACP and UKCP part of my commitment to my profession is to attend training every year as continuing professional development (CPD).
If you would like to talk through your needs informally, please just contact me.