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Psychotherapeutic counsellor, MBACP

The challenges that we face in life we manage differently, each of us in our own unique way. At times we might feel that managing them is all that life becomes. It is important to remember, then, that reaching out for help is a normal and healthy means of self-care that humanity used for generations. With the help of others we are often able to unlock our inner resources and discover our hidden potential. 


I am a psychotherapeutic counsellor and a therapist, a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), reg. number 374661. I work in a collaborative way from the platform of psychodynamic theory with emphasis on existential issues such as life and death, social inclusion, freedom and purpose.


There will be no standardised approach to our work, each and every counselling session will be individually crafted according to your needs and feelings.

The matters we can work on together:

Anxiety, stress, depression, shame, abuse, sexual abuse, disability, loss and bereavement, trauma, relationship issues, stagnation and lack of motivation, self-esteem, personal development. 


ANXIETY can often be a symptom of various hidden problems such as unrecognized PTSD, CPTSD, ATTACHMENT ISSUES, GRIEF, LOSS.  It is important to pay attention to your feelings and to seek help. PROFESSIONAL COUNSELLING provides a non-judgemental space and time where we can work together on uncovering these hidden problems.