I offer Person Centred Counselling which is about a relationship based on genuineness, respect, and empathy. You will have the freedom and support to explore your issues in your own way, at your own pace, and use your own resources to resolve them.
People come to counselling to work on a specific problem or sometimes life just feels off without knowing exactly why. Having someone you feel comfortable with, who has the capacity to go to the difficult places with you, can help lighten the load and allow you to move forward in life.
I work with many different types of people from young children and teenagers to adults.
I don't apply a technique, I am with you whatever you bring, however you are, and wherever you go.
I believe a state of receptivity, one where I am able to absorb your communication on multiple levels, seems helpful in freeing you to move internally. I think this describes a very pure person to person connection, something spiritual where we strongly feel the interconnectedness and support of another human being.
If you would like to know more about how I work you can read My Thoughts on Therapy (Click to Open)
I currently live in South East London after growing up in Essex and worked for eight years in the Lloyd's Insurance Market before turning my full attention to therapy. I have a rescue cat called Ponyo who is very vocal. I enjoy time on my own, photography, films, and hiking.
Make an Appointment
I work in Bethnal Green and offer home visits to other areas of London
I charge £50 for individuals, £70 for couples and home visits, for one hour
24 hours notice required for cancellations
You decide how many sessions to have
You can call, text, or email me
The entrance is next to Bike Works and the buzzer says E2 Therapy
Training and Experience
I have worked in three schools, an NHS clinic, and a low-cost therapy clinic
Person Centred Counselling Diploma
Clinical Hypnotherapy Diploma
Attended workshops for Parts Therapy and completed a course in Clean Language
Accredited Member of the National Counselling Society
Member of The Counselling Directory
"We cannot change, we cannot move away from what we are, until we thoroughly accept what we are. Then change seems to come about almost unnoticed."
- Carl Rogers