For the last 5 years I have supported adults and children in a variety of mental health settings. From those experiences I gained an appreciation for the importance of people feeling listened to, seen, encouraged, and supported.
Having trained as an Integrative Psychotherapist and Counsellor at Regent's University of London, I utilise a range of modalities to help you explore issues you might be facing in your life. Some of the issues I have worked with in the past include:
I see personal development and continuous training as an important part of practicing ethically. Due to this I have completed additional training in bereavement, suicide, relationships, white fragility, and attachment.
While I have a passion for helping Millennial and Gen Z women find their authentic voice and supporting them in navigating the world, I welcome people from all backgrounds.
Throughout our lives we encounter a range of challenges and experiences that can leave us feeling stuck, depressed, anxious, isolated, or without meaning. My aim is to build a space of trust where you can feel confident in bringing out the parts of yourself that you may have had difficulty sharing before. As an Integrative Therapist I have knowledge of many different modalities, allowing me to give clients the support that they need