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I am an experienced psychotherapist of 20 years, including the NHS, emergency services, universities, and private practice, employment assistance programs, providing training and specializing in grief, bereavement, childhood trauma and relationship issues, those moving through difficult transitions in life. I work with individuals, couples and groups. I live in west Sussex and provide both online and face-to-face sessions.
I work with the navigation and complexity around identity and belonging, and life transitions to integrate those neglected parts of ourselves into awareness through choice, expression and growth. Therapy is a way to re-discover and develop new pathways which are less compromised by past patterns and traumatic incidences. And sometimes we are triggered by a current situation which indicates we have internal work which must be carried out.
Sometimes, we might experience early development, an attachment issue with one or both parents. This may have involved neglect, abuse, or absence. This can predispose vulnerabilities throughout our lifespan. Therapy helps us gain tools to manage crises, relationship difficulties, self-esteem and resilience to help us find validation and a sense of agency and resilience.
I empower people to find solutions to their situations and challenges on their journey through life and to undergo positive life transformations. I support them through difficult stages in their lives such as divorce and separation, loss and bereavement, midlife crises, identity and belonging, and early childhood trauma. In addition to working with issues of Equality and diversity and oppression.
It's never too late to begin to re-write your narratives and explore how to make the most of your life, live life to the full and begin to put the past to rest.
I run a private practice in the South Downs (Chichester) and work face-to-face and online. I'm happy to have a free initial phone call or Zoom for 30 minutes.
- Issues in relation to Belonging & Identity
- Bereavement and loss, and transgenerational trauma
- Absent fathers: The effects of abandonment, masculinity and intimacy.
- Life's transitions and Midlife crisis
- Find Solace and Support With Honouring Grief - William Fley (honouringrief.com)
Have a nice day,
Training, qualifications & experience
- MA Birkbeck College. The University of London.
- BA (Hons) in Psychology. Richmond American International University, London.
- Post Graduate Certificate in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, Regent's College, London.
- Post Graduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, University of Surrey
- 2 year teacher certification in mindfulness
- Ancestral healing and ritual
- Working with TA model for couples
Qualified as an integrative counsellor and psychotherapist from Roehampton University. I have 20+ years of experience, including within the NHS (focussing on bereavement and trauma), the private sector (Employment Assistance Programmes, the Life Centre, and in private practice helping people get their lives back after serious life events, trauma and depression.
Counselling is a unique time to engage in a process which can cultivate clarity and help to unravel life's crises. For example, being separated from those we love and care about - whether through divorce or bereavement - can trigger a cycle of depression, anxiety, wrong decisions, substance abuse, vulnerability and years of indecisiveness and negative spirals. The therapeutic process cultivates awareness and insight and nurtures real change.
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Areas of counselling I deal with
£90.00 per session
Free initial online session
Concessions offered for
Please note there maybe a 2-3 week waiting list
- Individual therapy sessions: £70 - 40 minute sessions
- £90 - 60 minutes
- Couples are £120
- Family Therapy £150
Please ask about concessions.
When I work
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- I work on Zoom or face to face
- Clinical hours are Wednesday & Friday 9am - 8pm
- Face to face : 'West Sussex'