Counselling provides the client an opportunity to have regular time to meet with his/her counsellor and to talk in a non judgemental and confidential space. As a counsellor, I do not tell my clients what to do but I do find that by having the space to talk, invariably clients will discover what they want to do about a situation and change emerges.


I have found that counselling can help clients with a wide variety of presenting issues. I will spend time in the initial session discussing options for how we may work together depending on the presenting issue/s. As an integrative counsellor, I draw on a range of approaches and interventions to support the client. These may include Humanistic, Transactional Analysis, CBT, Mindfulness, Rewind Technique and EMDR.

I have worked with many clients who are angry, sad, bereaved, frightened and confused. It often helps to talk to someone who is not a friend or family member but who can be with you as you explore and experience these emotions.


Everyone is different, however many benefits are experienced through counselling. Facing difficulties and problems may be difficult but once confronted, decisions can then be made as to how to move on. Clients have reported many positive changes both in themselves and their relationships.

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