I have been a counsellor and psychotherapist for twenty-eight years, working in private practice charities, EAPs and universities. I work as a general counsellor and as a relationship counsellor with individuals and couples.Counselling can help you to feel seen and validated when you are at your lowest ebb. When problems seem overwhelming, you can feel isolated and stuck. Counselling can help you to find a way forward. Through someone listening compassionately to your unique experience, counselling can help you to uncover resources that you didnÕt know you had.I have worked with people who experience depression, low mood and anxiety or bereavement and have helped people to rekindle a relationship or part amicably. I have supported people who manage health issues, addictions, work stress, esteem issues, loneliness and difficulty coping.ÊRelationship CounsellingÊAll relationships have their ups and downs but sometimes you become stuck in a cycle of arguing or being distant from each other. The initial love and passion you shared seems lost. When you both feel abandoned in your own corner, relationship counselling can help you to rekindle a deeper connection so that you can live life to the full.Common relationship difficulties occur around financial stress, health problems, transition points such as having a first child or retiring. Having an affair can leave a partner feeling betrayed and not knowing how to forgive. Once you have felt deeply hurt by a partner communication can seem impossible.ÊRelationship counselling can help you to gain a new perspective and learn skills to move your relationship to a better place. Once you have the relationship you deserve then all aspects of life seem to flow more easily.I also work as a supervisor, supporting other therapists. I am a humanistic-integrative practitioner. At the heart of my model is a person-centred approach. This is integrated with transpersonal, transactional analysis and systemic principles.