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My role as a therapist is to provide a safe, confidential space for you to speak about what you are going through in life. By attending therapy I can help you to explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours aiding your self-understanding and understanding of others. Whilst I cannot give you advice or prescribe medications, I can help you to find your own solutions. This can be through making effective life changes or finding coping strategies. As your therapist I will listen to you without judgement and help you explore your thoughts and emotions, my aim is to always make you feel comfortable and able to share openly.

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I have 10 plus years of working with neurodiverse adults within supported living sectors and 3 years of working with parents and domestic violence survivors through my counselling placements during university.

I began my therapeutic journey in 2020 after many years of accessing my own mental health support and realising that I wanted to make a difference to others who struggle to seek out individuals within therapy services who relate to them.

My personal experiences have given me extensive knowledge in bereavement, sexual abuse, depression, self-harming behaviours, trauma, domestic violence, LGBTQI+ issues and neurodiversity.

This has enhanced my understanding and sparked a passion for working within these areas therapeutically. I want people to learn to embrace what makes them different and shine through it.  

I believe that therapy should be accessible to everyone and offer reduced fees for students and those on reduced incomes with proof of study, fees for these individuals are set at £40 per hour, whereas my normal fees are set at £45 per hour.  

I have taken part in extensive training including autism, domestic violence, sexual trauma, working therapeutically online, relationships and suicide prevention.  

Therapy processes differ for everyone and I aim to help you feel comfortable, heard and safe within this therapeutic journey we will embark upon together. For you this could mean taking control of your relationships, exploring boundaries, building confidence and self-esteem, challenging yourself, finding your goals or processing emotions. Working together enables you to understand your own needs and get the best out of your therapeutic process.  

I offer sessions between 10am-4pm Monday to Friday, I also offer weekend and evening sessions, if this is something you would be interested in please contact me to discuss this further.  

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