I trained in Humanistic Counselling at University of Brighton, gaining a PGDip in 2009, then went on to attain an MA in Psychotherapeutic Counselling. As of 2018 I am a Senior Lecturer on the BA (Hons) Humanistic Counselling and BSc Counselling Psychology programmes at University of Chichester and visiting lecturer for an annual Brief Therapy and Supervision weekend for University of Brighton's PGDip Humanistic Counselling and Psychotherapy. Prior to this I taught counselling theory and related topics for the Open University, counselled students at a University in Hampshire as well as popping in to do workshops at other training providers.
As a practitioner I particularly work with: issues of identity, not quite knowing what's 'wrong', addictions, young adults, abuse, bereavement and loss, relationships, self-esteem, depression, and work issues, though I'd like to hear whatever you want to bring. If I feel you'd be best helped by a specialist or group in a particular area I can help you find that too.
I hold current insurance and DBS certificate, as well as being BACP Registered.
To comply with the UK GDPR I am registered with the ICO as a data controller so that all your information is safe.
I fully support those who are in diverse, minority or oppressed identities.