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Let me help you understand why you have learned to behave the way you do, and how others relate to you.
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I understand how overwhelming it can be to see so many names and profiles, so if you would just like to ask some questions, phone me or email me, with no obligation.Then, if you would like to meet, my first session with you is always free. During that session we can discuss what it is you would like to gain from counselling. After that, if you feel that you would be comfortable working with me, we can continue weekly or by arrangement. Just call or email me, and I will be happy to answer your questions.
I am qualified, passionate about what I do and am experienced in helping adults, and couples, as well as helping as a Family Dynamics Therapist. I have also worked extensively with Ex-Boarders and their partners, and run Group Therapy for Partners of ex-Boarders in West Hampstead and Guildford.
I can help you to understand why you have got to be where you are in life, and help you have the tools to make changes to move forward.
I have experience in helping with:
- Loss and Grief
- Divorce and Separation problems
- Attachment issues, including those arising from boarding school trauma, adverse childhood experiences and relationship difficulties
- Adults who have come from a difficult background, and have suffered emotional, physical and sexual abuse as children and/or as younger adults
- Self esteem issues
- Rape and other sexual assault traumas
- Domestic violence which includes emotional and physical as well as sexual abuse
- Eating disorders
- Depression and a feeling of not being able to cope with life
- Post traumatic stress and traumas
- Ex Armed forces help
- Boarding School survivors
- Partners Of Ex-Boarders
- Anxiety and sadness
- Male Depression
Training, qualifications & experience
- Advanced Post-Grad Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling
- Degree in Psychology
- MA in Psychotherapeutic Practice
- Diploma in Boarding School Syndrome
- Certificates in Humanistic therapy, CBT and Transactional Analysis
- Registered Member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling Practitioners)
- Holistic Insurance Public Liability Cover
- DBS checked
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Boarding School survivors and Partners of Ex-Boarders therapy - Attachment issues in adults -
Emetophobia and other phobias related to vomiting and germs - Male depression
£70.00 per session
Free initial telephone or online session
My first session is always free.
From £70 per session
I understand how overwhelming it can be to see so many names and profiles, so if you would just like to ask some questions, phone me or email me, with no obligation.
When I work
I work from 9 am to 8.30 pm. I am not available on weekends
Currently I have no availability after 4pm
I have been working with Boarders, Ex-Boarders and their Partners for many years, and have completed research on the experience of being a Partner of an ex-Boarder for an MA.