"For myself, being a counsellor is a huge privilege, to be able to share in another's life. Rather than sit behind certificates and degrees, note pads and pens, I prefer to find a genuine connection. Utilising a pluralistic counselling approach, I draw on many different therapeutic modalities, but utilise the skill set, experience and qualities of the person I am working with to inform myself of what may be the best counselling skills to use. I believe everyone is unique.
adults, couples, women, men, adolescents, elderly
person centred therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, mindfulness, transactional analysis, solution focused therapy, attachment theory, cognitive behavioural therapy (cbt), relational counselling