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"Sometimes I feel too much and sometimes I feel nothing."

Do you sometimes feel that things around you aren't real, or that things are foggy or hazy? Or maybe you're sometimes hyper-aware of your surroundings, and it's hard to switch off.

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If your emotional or mental health is a tough daily experience for you, if sometimes you feel too much and sometimes you feel nothing at all, what I love most about my job is being able to offer a safe accepting working relationship where you can come for a few weeks, a few months or a few years, without having to go on a waiting list, accept help from someone you don't feel comfortable with, or have your sessions automatically brought to an end because there's a limit imposed by the system.

I have experience and training in loss and bereavement, depression, anxiety, low mood and panic, trauma and dissociation, suicidality and self-harm, safeguarding and creative therapy. I have extensive experience working in a College and University Counselling Service, a Women's Therapy Service, and with parents and pupils in school counselling services. I've worked with people of all ages, from age 6 , children, young people, students, adults, to past retirement (sometimes well past retirement!).

All together I realised that to offer an independent service alongside my work in other agencies means that people can access support at a time that suits them, in an environment that doesn't feel so cold and clinical as some services that are available. I'm able to offer long-term therapy as well as short-term, without the waiting lists, and where you can meet me and see what I'm like in order to make a decision for yourself about whether therapy with me is what you want.

You should choose me if you've read my profile or had a look at my website and you feel that I'd be a safe therapist for you. You can have a free consultation so that you can see what I look like, how I talk, whether you feel that I listen to you, whether you think that you'd be able to talk to me. You can ask me any questions you want to, and tell me a bit about yourself, and what you're looking for, if you would like to. Then if you wanted to you could book a session, or a few sessions, to get a better idea of whether you'd like to come for regular therapy.

I am a dissociation-friendly and ASD-friendly therapist.

I hold the PGDip in Psychotherapy and Counselling, a Masters in Education, and have Foundation and Post-Foundation training in Trauma and Dissociation, as well as extensive experience. I am a Registered Member of BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and a member of ISSTD (International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation). I have regular clinical supervision, professional indemnity insurance and safeguarding training. I have a full enhanced DBS which you are welcome to view online - please do ask.

Services

Counselling by secure videolink.

Psychotherapeutic Counselling by secure videolink.

One to one counselling in person in a comfortable well-equipped room in LS6. On-street parking, on 51 bus route, also close to 55 and 38.

One to one psychotherapy in person in a comfortable well-equipped room in LS6. On-street parking, on 51 bus route, also close to 55 and 38.

Therapy for couples who are wanting to reflect on their relationship and address conflict, withdrawal and/or shame. In a comfortable well-equipped room in LS6. On-street parking, on 51 bus route, also close to 55 and 38.