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About me

Hi, my name's Anna.  I am an Integrative Psychotherapist and Supervisor with a private practice based in the Harborne area of Birmingham where I see clients on both a short term and open-ended basis.

It can be a daunting experience choosing a therapist and beginning therapy. Some people wish to look into a particular area or issue in their life while others have a general wish to explore larger themes and understand why they are the way they are. Many clients find that looking at both of these areas is helpful to them in making sense of their life.

My style of counselling is integrative, which means that rather than following any single theoretical model exclusively, I use a range of theories about how people develop and function in order to find the most helpful way to work with a client. I work with you to meet you where you are and try to understand, on every level, exactly how things are for you. Moving forward with your problems and making changes in your life both now and for the future comes from this 'understanding together'.

In addition to my work as a psychotherapist,  I have worked for over 20 years with both adults, young people and their families which has included issues relating to family dynamics, safeguarding and abuse, trauma, torture, disability, self-harm, eating disorders, depression, domestic violence, relationships and bereavement.

I am a UKCP registered psychotherapist.

My practice is easily accessible by public transport. Evening appointments are available.

Training, qualifications & experience

BA Hons Theology
MA Pastoral Counselling and Care
MA Integrative Psychotherapy

Diploma in Clinical Supervision 

UKCP registered

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UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)

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UK Council for Psychotherapy

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Other areas of counselling I deal with

I have experience of working in diverse multicultural and multi-faith settings.


£60.00 per session

Concessions offered for

  • Trainee counsellors

Additional information

£60 per session

Birmingham, B17

Harborne Complementary Health Clinic, 321 Harborne Lane, Harborne, Birmingham, West Midlands, B17 0NT

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Young people

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