Realising that you need help to discuss your difficulties can be a daunting prospect.
Taking that first step can often take a while to build up to.
There are times when everyone needs help to work through the obstacles that life throws at us, or those within that keep us stuck.
I can offer long and short term counselling & psychotherapy to help with a wide range of issues.
I work from my consulting room in Colchester, located just outside the town center, with free parking.
I am a senior accredited member of BACP. I have over 12 years of experience working in private practice and local mental health & wellbeing charity.
I have expertise and experience working with adults of all ages, ethnicities and faiths. My practice is LGBTQ affirmative.
I am a licensed Counselling for Depression (CfD) practitioner, offering an alternative to CBT for working with anxiety and depression.
Being a senior accredited member of my professional body the
guarantees an enhanced level of skill and experience.
Alongside my professional credentials I am commited to staying grounded as an individual, having a sense of humour and remaining open to the unique experience of every single client that I meet.
REGISTRATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
MBACP (Senior Accredited)
British Association for
Counselling & Psychotherapy
BACP registered member
UKRCP Registered Independent Counsellor/Psychotherapist
Licensed Counselling for Depression
BA (Hons)Counselling Studies
IAPT (CfD) Counselling for Depresssion supervisor
Post Grad. Cert. Ed. (PGCE)
Dip. Person centred counselling
Cert. Person centred counselling
Cert. & Dip. Clinical supervision
What is making life difficult for you?
You are experiencing difficulties in your relationships. Perhaps conflict or disconnection, maybe the end of a significant relationship?
You have had a diagnosis of anxiety and/or depression through your GP. However, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) didn't work for you and you're looking for an alternative approach.
You have lost a loved one.
You are struggling with anger.
You are experiencing panic attacks.
You have reached a crisis in your identity. You are desperate to discover a more authentic sense of self.
You are finding it hard to cope with a life limiting condition.
You are progressively at odds with yourself, feeling divided and confused. Triggering difficult emotions, which you don't understand.
You are feeling stuck or sad.
You may not fully understand what it is that you need help with, but know that you can't do it alone anymore.