Somerset, United Kingdom
During the difficult moments in our lives, it’s good to have someone to turn to for unconditional support and genuine care, someone to help make sense of the things that are troubling you. Whether this is from your past, a present struggle or a fear about the future, I can provide this unique support to you. If you are experiencing grief and loss, are seeking healing from past trauma or have been impacted by shame, you will find the therapy I provide particularly useful.
Trust lies at the heart of therapy and this is nurtured from the outset as our therapeutic relationship builds, and as therapy can sometimes be a challenging process for clients, the security of this bond helps to cushion the effect of facing difficult feelings head on. Emotions are fluid, ever evolving and changing, which is sometimes how therapy can be, feelings flow and blend into each other and issues you bring may do also. As your therapist I will be open and honest with you about how I am experiencing you and I encourage my clients to do likewise. I’ve noticed that being real with one another in the moment exacts the most potent positive and long lasting changes. This honesty helps to build trust between us and can be a useful way to see how you may relate to others in your life, which will also inform the way you relate to me.
I’m a Person Centred Counsellor and Integrative Psychotherapist, so you’ll be met with unwavering empathy, acceptance, warmth and understanding as we explore any difficult experiences you may bring, helping you feel safe and secure and able to meet yourself within these vulnerable moments. This process can be enhanced further by the blending of different therapeutic approaches, as an integrative therapist, to meet your particular needs.
Working closely with bereavement, grief, loss and palliative care as a Bereavement Counsellor with Cruse and a carer for the elderly, has provided me with specialist training and experience with those facing dementia, end of life and the changes that getting older brings. On the other end of the spectrum, as a college counsellor I have experience working with young people age 16-18 years and am trained and qualified to work with children as young as 11 years. I aim to help my clients access their inner reserves of resilience, promoting autonomy and empowerment.
Some of the issues I have encountered as a therapist that I may be able to help you with are; Depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, self harm, rape/ sexual abuse, domestic violence, anger issues, ADHD/ Asperger’s, work related stress and relationship issues.
Bereavement, Palliative therapy, dementia, Sexual abuse, suicidal ideation and narcissistic abuse are where my strengths and expertise lie.
Being inclusive matters to me as much as my clients do. If getting out and about is a challenge or working remotely isn’t an option for you and you fit the criteria for this service, therapy in the comfort of your own home can be arranged. So if you’re experiencing life’s struggles or have found yourself stuck in a past trauma, I’m reaching out with genuine care to you.
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