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About me

I'm a Integrative Counsellor (MNCS) with experience in working with people who have suffered bereavement, domestic violence, anxiety, phobias, work issues, relationship breakdowns, loss of job, retirement, self-esteem and eating disorders to name a few.

I work out of a private and comfortable Cabin in the garden, where I offer a safe space and will listen to you, without judgement. We can work towards exploring and reflecting on anything that matters to you, that is causing you upset or worry so please reach out to see if we can work together. 

I believe everyone deserves to feel happy and contented in life. Sometimes there are challenges along the way which we need help with. I aim to empower you to understand your emotional reactions and overcome these obstacles. I like to work in an Integrative way, in what I feel will suit your needs, and personality, I have an enhanced DBS and insurance. 

I'm very easy to talk to, relaxed and down to earth, so if you have any questions about counselling, or you'd like to arrange a free 15 minute introductory call then please get in touch today. 

Training, qualifications & experience

I worked at The Listening Post in Basildon. As well as private practice, I currently work in a school in the day time. I have level 3 safe guarding

I have a Level 4 diploma in Therapeutic Counselling accredited by the NCS

QNUK Level 2 award in awareness of young people’s mental health.

Working on line (BACP)

I have trained in:
Exploring Mental health and counselling.
Working with children and young people.
Introduction to Working with children and young people.
Childhood studies and child psychology.
Counselling and forensic psychology: investigating crime and therapy. 

I have also completed  training in: Eating disorders, Bereavement counselling, Knowledge of self harming, Domestic violence training, Inner child work and Working with the inner critic. Working  creatively with with Lego.  

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From £40.00 to £60.00
Free initial in-person, telephone or online session

Concessions offered for

  • Low income
  • Keyworkers
  • Students
  • Trainee counsellors

Additional information

Sessions of 50 minutes, start at £40 -60 per session, face to face.   Students Please contact me for reduced rates.

When I work

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

I can work from 5- 10 pm Monday to Friday. 

Saturday 10am -8pm

Sunday afternoon by special arrangement

Further information

I can also offer telephone or online counselling 

Basildon, Essex, SS15

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

Key details

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Wheelchair user access

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My cabin has a double door opening. I can supply a ramp cover the small step to access it upon notice.

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