I have over 20 years counselling and psychotherapy experience helping people who are dealing with a wide range of issues, including confidence, depression, bereavement, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship problems, marital breakdown, sexual problems, addictions, alcoholism, eating disorders, problems arising from childhood experiences, abuse, bullying, feelings of emptiness, loneliness, living with HIV, workplace issues and much more.
My clients have ranged from children working through divorce issues to CEO's of large organisations with feelings of inadequacy.
I have worked in a variety of settings; in private practise, prisons and mental health organisations through to home visits and residential retreats.
I have experience of group supervision and one-to-one supervision in a variety of settings. My training is a Diploma in Relational Supervision and, combined with a Classical Transactional Analysis approach, my intention is to work with supervisees to have them develop Awareness, Consideration and Exploration (The ACE approach) in order to access the most appropriate and impactful support for themselves and their practice.