CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) is a proven, effective and evidenced form of therapy, widely used within the NHS.

While I would describe myself as an integrative therapist, CBT forms the core of my training.  I believe my integrative training has provided me both the art and science necessary to assist my clients in achieving positive therapeutic outcomes.

A large part of my work encompasses me holding space for you and offering unconditional support while you explore your experiences of being human, in a safe and confidential space.

I will walk alongside you in your journey without judgment, trying to fix you or impact the outcome.  Empathy is the cornerstone of my work.  While friends and family can be a great source of support, sometimes they are simply just too close to be impartial or do not have the necessary skills to support your journey.

I offer therapy for a wide range of difficulties including:

Addiction

Anger

Anxiety

Body Image

Depression

Eating Disorders

Exercise Addiction

Grief/Loss

Guilt

Insomnia

Relationships

Shame

Sexuality

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Assessment

Assessment for therapy is a 60 minute session which is free of charge and provides us both the opportunity to ensure that I am the right therapist for you.

Therapy sessions

The initial number of sessions are agreed upon following assessment.  Reviews take place every 6 weeks.  I provide both short term and long term therapy tailored to your personal need.  Therapy sessions last for 50 minutes and are charged at £60 per session.  Concessionary rates are available for students/those with low income.

Payment can be made by cash or bank transfer at the end of the session and 48 hours’ notice of cancellation is required.

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