I am an experienced Counsellor Psychotherapist registered with the National Counselling Society.
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If you're looking for a counsellor, you should only choose one on an Accredited Register approved by the Professional Standards Authority. The National Counselling Society's register has been accredited under a programme set up by the Department of Health and administered by an independent body, accountable to Parliament. The Accreditation Mark is recognisable to the general public to enable them to identify a competent counsellor.
I am experienced in dealing with both male and female clients with complex trauma with survivors of abuse; Eating disorders, depression, addiction, relationship difficulties and a wide range of mental health / life issues.
I am proud to have worked with some wonderful clients who have been on the edge of society with backgrounds of addiction and a range of abuse history whose life journey had led them to a place of fear and uncertainty.
I am an advocate of women’s issues and worked with survivors of domestic violence and rape. I am challenged by working with women enabling them to find safety in male relationships through the therapeutic relationship of counselling.
If I can be of service I would love to hear from you. There are a number of resources on this web site that you may find useful.