I am a fully qualified counsellor living and practising in the Scottish Borders.
After working for over a decade in social care, assisting clients with a wide range of sensory, physiological and developmental challenges, I was drawn to pursuing a career in counselling. My studies and professional training were integrative, combining person-centred and psychodynamic therapies. The way I work with clients blends both approaches: acceptance, empathy and openness encourage confidence, growth and self-healing; awareness of the way we interact brings insight into past and present relationships. Nature and my place in the environment have always been deeply important to me, and I am happy to consider outdoor and walking therapy. I also have a long-standing interest in existentialism, believing that we all have the capacity to create meaning and find peace within us, no matter how chaotic or painful life is.
I have built up hundreds of hours in practice with people of all ages and backgrounds, helping them come to terms with a wide range of issues such as trauma, abuse, bereavement, relationship breakdown, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, isolation, body dysmorphia, self-harm, suicidal thoughts and sexual identity.
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