Potters Bar, St Albans, Edgware, Brent Cross
As your counsellor, I will offer you a safe, confidential space for you to be heard with empathy and respect. Current problems may stir up buried feelings from your past which I will help you to explore and understand. Our time-limited or open-ended work will allow you to work through and make sense of your difficulties by becoming aware of your defences and reasons
I have experience working with a vast range of mental health issues, such as, anxiety, low moods, depression, bereavement, sexual abuse, domestic violence, addiction, eating disorders which may be impacting your relationships and wellbeing. I have also worked with people presenting with personality disorders from teenagers, young adults, older adults and couples.
Watford and Golders Green
I am a BACP accredited psychotherapist and an Imago relationship therapist with over 12 years experience
I am passionate about counselling as it provides us with an opportunity to gain insight into emotional distress and to discover new strategies that can help transform lives
I work with a wide variety of issues including, anxiety, anger, depression, low self-esteem, assertiveness, bereavement, and work-related problems . My approach is integrative as I draw from a variety of disciplines, which allows me to create an individual approach to help you move forward to create lasting change
Stevenage, Harpenden, Luton, Flitwick and Biggleswade
I am a warm, friendly person and a good listener, I have a very empathic understanding and vast experiences from my own personal life. This has shaped me to be the person I am today. Things from or childhoods and certain traumas, can have us acting out behaviours that can be damaging to us. I have experience working with relationship breakdowns, alcohol addiction. depression, anxiety and self harm. I have worked with adolescents and adults of all disabilities. I’ve worked a great deal with confidence building and low self esteem. I can help you recognise these behaviours and what triggers them. When we are suffering, it can feel a dark lonely place with no one to talk to. Anxiety sets in and we become overwhelmed, leaving us feeling depressed and unable to cope. We can start to develop certain behaviours like drinking too much or similar things to fix ourselves. I also have experience of the 12 step recovery program.