I have spent most of my personal and professional life educating myself on how to best support people. This led me to take on roles that allowed me to gain experience working with people in various areas.
I truly believe that connection and relationships are core to our existence. This involves family, partnership, friendships, work and more. I have extensive experience working with relationship conflicts, communication issues, separation, divorce, feeling stuck, hesitations, affairs and psychosexual difficulties.
I have studied loss and bereavement extensively throughout my training and clinical practice. Losing a loved one, a pet, somewhere you belonged, self-esteem, or a part of your identity can be difficult. I can support you in these times.
Life gets difficult at times and this brings depressive feelings. I support clients who would like to find motivation, discover triggers, understand the parts of themselves that feel depressed and find healthier ways to face the complexities of life.
Whether it is due to work pressures, burn out, change, responsibilities or the unknown future, you may be feeling on edge, panic, anxious and/or stressed. Together we can find ways for you to feel grounded and work on helpful coping strategies you can implement at times of stress and pressure.
Change can bring many emotions to the surface: abandonment, loneliness, rejection, isolation, difficulty to make friends, anxiety, anger and more. I have experience working with individuals in these transitional periods and in their journey to adaptation.
Having worked for a charity which supports individuals from various backgrounds, I had the opportunity to support clients who experienced trauma, domestic violence, sexual, physical and/or emotional abuse. I prioritise creating a safe therapeutic environment and can support you with these areas.