A counsellor and psychotherapist with over twenty-five years of experience helping people resolve their personal difficulties. During this time, I’ve worked for a variety of public sector organisations and training institutions while maintaining a private practice throughout.
I decided to train to be a therapist back in 1992 after a rewarding experience in personal therapy. Making better sense of my experience and getting a clearer perspective on my life gave me the confidence and conviction in counselling and psychotherapy as an invaluable aid for self-development and personal growth and it’s something I’ve felt passionate about ever since.
Over the years, I have come to see that no one approach to therapy holds all the answers. Consequently, I draw upon existential, humanistic and cognitive behavioural concepts and ideas in my work with clients. You can learn more about my approach to therapy here.