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About me


Thank you for taking time to look at my profile :).

Here are the 3 areas in which I work, and can offer help to you;

  • I specialise in Relationship Counselling; which means that I have expertise  and an MSc in Couple, Family & Systemic Psychotherapy) and experience in working with individuals, couples, young people and families experiencing relationship problems (NHS, Relate, Schools, Charitable Sector). Check out more details on my website
  • I also provide Supervision with a systemic, couple and family focus
  • I provide consultation and supervision to teams to promote greater cohesion and resilience; including supervisees in the NHS, teaching staff in schools & systemic trainees.
  • I work with other therapists who have skills that complement my own to offer joint workshops e.g. Mindfulness & Art

I would be very happy to discuss more about what I offer and how I can help if you contact me with your questions and thoughts. I offer a free initial telephone consultation to see if the sort of therapy, that I offer, offers a good fit with your struggles. I offer a reduced rate for our first meeting too, so that you can decide if we will work well together. I am also happy to discuss concessions in situations where there's financial strain. I work both face to face and on-line, from 9.15a.m. - 8.45p.m. Tuesday to Thursday.

Please note that if you are making an enquiry to me via e-mail, I would advise that you keep the enquiry information to a minimum - to best protect your sensitive information. We can discuss why you are looking for help when we speak by phone :)

So here's a little about my experience;

I have worked therapeutically with individuals, couples, families and young people since 2004, in a variety of settings, including inpatient and outpatient services in the NHS and private sector.

People have come to me for help with a variety of issues. Some examples are grief, loss, anxiety, depression, (un)employment pressures, affairs, and sexuality. I have worked with families in which a child has a life-limiting or life-threatening condition, and where parents and grandparents have experienced the loss of a child. I have a good understanding of and have worked with, a range of learning disabilities.

I have worked with carers/families where a young person/child has a life limiting/threatening condition, with bereavement, with parent/teen struggles and with young people/families/multi groups of families, in the NHS. I also have provided systemic supervision and consultation in this role, to individuals and teams of professionals, who are trained in different specialisms. I have also offered well-being support to groups of teaching staff - to build personal and interpersonal resilience. Most recent training (2020) has been in Non Violent Resistance (NVR), often also called New parental Authority - which can be a very useful approach when other parenting techniques don't seem to work. It can also be used in couple work, to improve closeness, understanding and connections.

I am a fully qualified Systemic, Family and Couples Psychotherapist, registered with UKCP (United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy) and am a member of AFT (Association of Family Therapy).

Training, qualifications & experience

MSc Systemic & Family Psychotherapy

Post Grad Diploma in Relationship Counselling

Graduate Cert Couples Counselling

Post Graduate Certificate in Supervision

Post Grad Cert Education

BSc Hons Psychology

BA Hons Fine Art

Additional training:

Narrative Therapy, Multi Family Therapy, National Eating Disorders training, CBT, Solution Focussed therapy, bereavement, grief, loss (palliative care).

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited

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UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)

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UKCP standards cover the range of different psychotherapies. Registration is obtained by training or accrediting with one of its member organisations, or by holding a European Certificate in Psychotherapy. Accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.

Accredited register membership

UK Council for Psychotherapy

Accredited Register Scheme

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From £65.00 to £120.00
Free initial telephone session

Additional information

Free telephone consultation (approximately 15-30 minutes, prior to starting work). 

Individuals Individual therapy with relationship focus £65.00 per hour

Individual supervision £65.00 per hour

Couples £75.00 per hour

Families £80.00 per hour

Concessions for all therapies and student supervisees.

Group supervision/teams tailor made package. Fee on application.

Rates shown below are for standard, regular therapeutic work. Higher fees will apply for therapeutic work that involves other agencies, such as where court proceedings are a feature. Please call to enquire.

Couples and families often come for fortnightly, rather than weekly, appointments. This gives time, between appointments, for you to work on the ideas that we come up with in our therapy. Meeting fortnightly can also help to spread the financial investment that you are taking in your relationships, and for you to see if there's real change taking place and we are working towards the goals that you want to achieve.

When I work

During the Coronavirus Outbreak I am offering Video Counselling Mon-Fri (a.m., p.m. & evenings sessions) using VSee encrypted calling system. I offer a 10 minute free trial.

Further information

A bit about systemic ways of working....

Systemic and Family Therapists undergo 4 years of intensive training, after qualifying in their core profession. We are trained to work with a variety of issues - some of these can easily be seen as shared between people, such as couple wanting therapy to decide if they should stay together, or how to manage intimacy struggles or unfulfilled hopes and dreams. I often see individuals on their own, who want to think about unhelpful past relationship patterns and how to go about making more fulfilling patterns in their next relationship.

Equally family arguments (between siblings, grandparents, parents, in-laws) can lead to a lot of distress. Discussing these things safely, either alone or together, is something that a Family Therapist has the skill set to help with! Equally, working with a family can be really useful when one person in that family has been given a diagnosis, such as depression, or anxiety, or dementia. This is because we understand that these struggles can effect everyone in families.

So we can see people individually, or together, or a mixture of the two. This sort of therapy can be helpful for families that want to build closer, happier relationships and manage change, loss and separation by supporting one another better. You can be helped towards identifying your strengths and work towards positive change.

Please do not hesitate to contact me, should you have any further questions or curiosities.

Heswall, Merseyside, CH60

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Key details

Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the Counsellor to discuss the options available.

Under the Equality Act 2010 service providers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments to ensure that individuals with disabilities can access their service. You can read more about reasonable adjustments to help you to access services on the CAB website.

There are rooms three steps to the front door of the therapy room, this makes wheelchair access problematic but has been navigated, with support. We can discuss this further when you call.


In person

I have experience of supervising practitioners training in Systemic and Family practice from Foundation level to final years of their training.

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