Please note: I am unable to take general enquiries until 1st March 2022

About me

Coming from a mixed-heritage, I have an embodied understanding of how racism, sexism and homophobia impacts on ones sense of self; issues of identity and belonging have been central to my own journey. I have developed an interest in how one navigates difference - ethnicity, culture, class, sexuality, gender, nationality, religion, disability.

I have supported people from diverse cultural backgrounds who are struggling with a range of mental health issues, childhood trauma, as well as people engaged in periods of change in their lives.

My Approach

I provide a confidential space where aspects of yourself can gently unfold, enabling you to both recognise the familiar and be gently enlightened by the unknown. I aim to support a deeper embodied connection with aspects of yourself, your relationships with others and the world around us.

I have come to trust that the body is a vital resource, deeper than any theories. My yoga practice and teaching regular classes in the community has helped me to feel and to see how we carry our stories in our bodies.

Our therapeutic relationship may be focused and short term, or it may need a longer, on-going timescale. We will review regularly to see what has emerged on the therapeutic journey.

Training, qualifications & experience

My practice as a therapist has evolved over twenty years and been shaped and informed by: the diverse clients that I have worked with; my supervisors, teachers and colleagues; being a client myself and my own lived experience.


I originally trained as an Arts Therapist specialising in drama; I embrace these creative elements by supporting individuals to explore:

  • through movement - connecting with one’s body
  • with imagery and metaphor - making art, stories or writing
  • using one’s voice - words, breath, listening and feeling one’s story
  • engaging with objects or the natural world around us

I would describe my approach as working relationally – which means I am curious and open to what happens between us in the therapeutic relationship and I work in a trauma-informed way focusing on stabilisation and safety first.

Creative Supervision I have an Advanced Diploma in Counselling Supervision which was accredited by the National Counselling Society. I aim to cultivate a space to reflect and explore your practice in an embodied and felt sense or by using creative means.


I am registered as a Dramatherapist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and abide by their ethical framework.

I am a trained EMDR therapist and am a member of EMDR UK. Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy can help relieve the symptoms and emotional distress that can result from disturbing life experiences and complex past traumas. Studying with Embodied-Relational Therapy has supported me to work somatically, with the body. 

I adopt an intersectional approach, which involves intentional exploration of the ways systemic privileges based on race, class, gender, sexual orientation, ability, religion, and other aspects of identity affect the client, the therapist, and the therapeutic relationship.

I am a member of the Black, African and Asian Therapy Network and active with the Radical Therapy Network "dedicated to intersectional and anti-oppressive learning and therapeutic practice".


I have worked with people from many different backgrounds including:

  • women who have experienced complex trauma, live with dissociation from domestic abuse and childhood sexual abuse
  • adults who have experienced racialised trauma and exploring their identities 
  • people with learning difficulties and autistic women

I have also worked in the following settings:

  • the third sector - Women's Aid, foster care agencies, care homes, therapeutic artists community and arts projects within the community
  • the NHS public health sector - psychiatric hospitals, a medium secure unit and a community learning difficulty team
  • the education sector - special schools, colleges, pupil referral units and youth projects

This broad experience has given me an insight into how many of these institutions can pathologise clients and re-traumatise both clients, patients, service users and practitioners.

Ongoing professional development

I have completed numerous trainings that enable me to work skilfully and sensitively including:

  • Somatic Therapy Training - Babette Rothschild
  • Diploma in Embodied-Relational Therapy
  • The Relational Nature of Shame in the Therapeutic Relationship
  • Working with survivors of child sexual abuse; using arts interventions safely
  • Awareness in Children & Young People’s Bereavement Care
  • Working Creatively with Trauma Survivors
  • Dissociation, Attachment Theory & Trauma
  • The Challenge Of Racism In Therapeutic Practice
  • Embodying Power and Difference in the Clinical Relationship

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited

Registered / Accredited

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Health and Care Professions Council

The HCPC are an independent, UK-wide health regulator. They set standards of professional training, performance and conduct for 16 professions.

They keep a register of health professionals who meet their standards, and they take action if registered health professionals fall below those standards. They were created by a piece of legislation called the Health Professions Order 2001.

Registration means that a health professional meets national standards for their professional training, performance and conduct.

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From £50.00 to £85.00

Concessions offered for

  • Low income
  • Students

Additional information

Therapy - sixty minute session £50

Creative Supervision - sixty minute session = £60 / ninety mins = £85

Initial Meeting - sixty minute session £50

Concessionary rates are available, please ask. 

Group Work / Training - I have devised and facilitated bespoke experiential and interactive workshops and courses for groups and organisations such as: Adlerian Society of Wales, Cruse Bereavement Care, Arts Care/Gofal Celf,  Aberystwyth University Lifelong Learning and Dramatherapy Wales conferences.

If you have any questions or want to arrange an initial meeting please email me.


Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

Tuesdays - I work online only; Zoom or Skype

Wednesdays - I work near Cardigan in person / outdoors is available

Thursdays - I work in Carmarthen in person only

Further information

Playback Theatre
I have been a playback theatre performer for over twenty years. Playback is a form of improvised theatre that immediately ‘plays-back’ the audience’s stories using drama, music and poetry. This practice reminds me how 'the personal is also political' and how ‘being witnessed and heard’ can bring about transformation within communities. I am an Accredited Playback Theatre Trainer with the School of Playback Theatre UK.

In Wales I am a co-founder and performer with The Golden Thread Playback Theatre company with other arts therapists performing and running workshops at psychotherapy conferences and HomeGrown/TyfuGartref which practices in west Wales with local communities.



Type of session

In person

Types of client

Young people

Key details

Wednesdays in Cardigan - the room has two steps to the front door, and one to enter the house; from the room the toilet is wheelchair accessible. Thursdays at the Nurture Centre, Carmarthen is on the ground floor and wheelchair accessible.

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In person supervision
Online supervision
Telephone supervision

I aim to cultivate a space to reflect and explore your practice in an embodied and felt sense or by using creative means.

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