When life feels difficult and there appears to be no resolution, counselling offers a space in which individuals can talk about their problems, try to make sense of them and view them in different ways, all within a safe, confidential environment with their therapist.

About me

I am a qualified psychotherapeutic counsellor and hold a foundation degree in counselling with the Open University. Within my work, I adopt a Humanistic approach. This means I believe in keeping my clients at the forefront of the counselling process providing an environment where difficulties can be explored in an empathic, non-judgemental, collaborative way.

I am a registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) and I adhere to their code of ethics at all times. Further information can be found at www.bacp.co.uk.

My background

Following an interest for many years in psychology, I began my counselling training back in 2011 with the Open University whilst looking after my young family. Combining counselling theory alongside skills practice at both South Thames and Guildford College, I successfully completed my level 4 diploma in therapeutic counselling in 2016. In 2017, I went on to achieve a level 5 diploma in psychotherapeutic counselling working with children and young people. I was awarded my foundation degree in counselling with the Open University in 2018.

I have offered counselling to adult patients and family members at St Catherine’s hospice in Crawley, as well as at the Macmillan cancer support centre in Redhill. In addition, I have provided counselling to adolescents at the Horsham & Crawley Counselling Group, and have worked as school counsellor at Chinthurst School in Tadworth. I currently offer counselling to adults, young people and children through my private practice in Crawley, West Sussex.

Contact me

If you have any questions or queries, please feel free to send me a message. I will endeavour to respond within 1–2 working days.