I have been seeing both adults and young people for the past twenty years at my private practise.Being really listened to and heard by a non-judgemental, caring therapist can help sustain you through difficult times. With this support new insights can be gained. This can be the start towards building new strength and finding ways towards solving past or present issues that could help you towards living a satisfying healthy life. In addition to being a qualified Counsellor, I am also trained in the use of Integrative Arts Psychotherapy (for example using the sand-tray, drawing and drama role play as a way into the therapy). This can make it easier to express oneself if, quite understandably, you find it difficult to initially talk about your problems.In addition to my private counselling practice, I have worked in education as a School Counsellor, in the National Health Sector, Child Residential Care Homes and a Mind Mental Health Day Centre as a group facilitator. I have also taught on various counsellor training courses.If you would like to call me to discuss your needs or arrange an initial appointment, I would be happy to answer any questions or concerns you might have about whether or not I might be the right therapist for you. All sessions take place in a private, purpose-built therapy room, with easy parking on sight.