I began training in 2014, recognising through my own life experience and career background, that when we are challenged in life, finding the right person to talk to can make a real difference. This training is a continuous commitment and includes dedication to personal reflection as well as ongoing professional development.
I have a first class BA Hons in Integrative- Relational Counselling from Middlesex University
Counselling skills level 3 certificate
counselling skills level 2 certificate
Restorative Approach Practitioner
Along with my private practice, I also have spent several years working with community organisations. I passionately believe that counselling should be available to anyone who seeks it and I have offered therapeutic support in local community spaces, charities offering counselling to families, young people and education systems and am currently working alongside the NHS.
Continuous Professional Development
going online in times of crisis
compassionate inquiry - short course
exploring fear using creative techniques
exploring anger using creative techniques
suicide & self harm: dealing with distress
trauma and the body: dissociation and somatisation
negotiating the enduring trauma imprint in critical incidents
trauma and major incidents
the effects of trauma on children's brain development
broken lives, broken brains, broken hearts
working at relational depth
the disinhibition effect
walk and talk therapy
introduction to internal family systems
person centred experiential counselling for depression
I am a registered and accredited member of the BACP and as such, I am committed to working within its professional standards including the ethical framework, regular supervision and ongoing CPD. I am also registered with the Information Commissioner's Office.