Psychotherapy is an opportunity to talk in confidence with another person who listens closely. I encourage a purposeful, reflective dialogue which explores present and past experience and its relationship to the choices and decisions we’ve made in the past and hope to make in the future.

I work on the understanding that we are all affected, consciously and unconsciously, by the wider world: the beauty and endangered state of nature, the implications of climate change, the context of our local community, and national and international affairs.

I offer sessions on a regular, weekly basis. I have worked with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, self-harm, bereavement and loss, spiritual questioning, feelings of not belonging, dislocation, issues of social and cultural identity, and the existential challenges we encounter as human beings.

I welcome enquiries from individuals of 18 years old and over.