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I’m an Accredited Counsellor & Psychotherapist and Registered Hypnotherapist. I pride myself on a wide
range of qualifications that give me a broad experience of techniques that can be used to help people
most effectively.
I focus on understanding everyone as an individual and constructing personal, tailor made therapy just



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I feel privileged by the fact that individuals share there feelings and emotions with me.

The love and passion of my work I find it fulfilling to work in this industry because I can see firsthand and directly the positive impact I have on another person. I can immediately provide someone with a resource that can make their lives better for having worked with me.”

I pride myself on understanding you as an individual and constructing personal, tailor made therapy just for the individual. Open, non-judgmental and impartial,I aim to provide a warm and safe space for you to rediscover yourself, evolve and grow. She will show you respect, patience and understanding and try to see things from your perspective in order to help you work through and overcome the obstacles that prevent you from reaching your full potential.


I specialize in bereavement but work with many presenting issues some are listed below. * Abuse * Addiction(s) * Anxiety * Bullying * Career * Depression * Eating disorders * Loneliness * Low self-confidence * Low self-esteem * Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) * Redundancy * Relationship issues * Self-harm * Stress * Trauma * Work-related stress

Equine Therapy is a powerful and effective therapeutic approach where horses work in partnership with people, to provide mental health treatment and human development. Equine Therapy is a form of experiential learning, where individuals learn through their own journey with the horse. During a session, the client will be asked to interact with the horses and do certain tasks which will require them to apply certain skills including non-verbal communication, assertiveness, problem-solving, leadership and team work. Through a trial and error process of completing the task, the client has the opportunity to learn and practise new strategies and behaviours. The discussion that occurs with the therapist during and after the activities allows the client to process what happened and how that learning can relate to other areas in life. You do not need to have any previous knowledge of horses to participate. Who Can EAT Help: » Individuals » Families » Children and adolescents » Couples » Work teams (see Corporate) Issues That EAT Can Address: » Abuse » Addiction » ADHD » Anxiety » Autism » Bereavement » Eating Disorders » Emotional issues » Self esteem » OCD » Phobias » Self Harm » Stress