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Music Therapist, Psychotherapist, MSc, HCPC registered

About me

I am a psychotherapist practising in Bristol city centre, an HCPC registered music therapist and a certified neurological music therapist (NMT), with an MSc in Psychology of Pathological addictions and an ongoing MSc in Clinical Psychology. I am also a qualified Nurse (BSc).

I offer a combination of verbal and non-verbal approaches to help my clients with life's difficulties, using a variety of theoretical approaches to assist you in understanding and working through your issues and life's difficulties. I have a broad range of experience with different client populations, including adults, young adults and elder people with mental health difficulties, behavioural disorders, anxiety, depression, PTSD.

My approach is non-judgemental and compassionate, supporting my clients on their journey to healing and mind-body-spirit wellbeing. Every person is unique, and my sessions are person-centred based, tailored to my clients' needs and interests, working in a confidential environment.

Training, qualifications & experience

I am a psychotherapist, a qualified HCPC registered Music Therapist and NMT Neurologic Music Therapist, with an MA in Psychology of Pathological addictions, an ongoing MSc in Clinical Psychology, and further training, amongst others, in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, Guided Imagery Music Therapy, Metacognitive Therapy. I am also a registered nurse (BSc in Nursing Science). 

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£75.00 per session

Concessions offered for

  • Keyworkers

Additional information

The sessions' length is 50 minutes.

I work with adults and children on a 1-1 basis in my studio, a safe and confidential environment in Bristol city centre.

Further information

Located in Bristol city centre, BS2.

I offer a free phone consultation to discuss together with your difficulties, your needs and preferences. Once completed the initial assessment, therapeutic goals are agreed upon between the therapist and the client/caregiver.

Flat 11, Hamilton Court, Montague Street, Bristol, Somerset, BS2 8NY

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Young people
Older adults

Key details

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