We are always in relationship, to ourselves, others and the world. So whatever you bring will be about a relationship. However, I have a particular interest and training in the different stages of love… whether you are looking for love, struggling within a relationship, deciding whether to separate or have separated or divorced.
Need some help or some therapy, but location, family, travel committments, restricted mobility or some other reason makes it difficult for you to come to any of my locations?
Maybe online therapy could be a possiblity for you. Online therapy can be cheaper and after an initial consultation can be arranged at a time to suit you. Contact me to see if it could work for you.
New Introduction to Mindfulness in English courses starting in March. Also new course in mindful parenting.
Want to learn to relate to yourself, others and the world in a different way, maybe group therapy can help.
Recently divorced or separated? Would you like a safe place to talk with people in a similar situation?
Contact me for more information on any of these groups.
Are you in training and need a qualified supervisor? Or in keeping with 'good practice' need supervision?
I am an accredited clinical supervisor.
Contact me for more information..
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If you are reading this, chances are something in your life is troubling you and you are wondering about asking for some help. Whether you have had counselling or therapy before, or this is your first time, you will likely have many questions about me and how I will be able to help you. Having followed a training that required me to have therapy myself I know how important it is to feel you are in safe hands. If your questions are not answered here don’t hesitate to contact me to get more information.
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