Whether you are dealing with a life event, big or small, panic attacks is should be and stress is impacting your life, I am here to support you.
I provide a talking therapy that enables you to explore aspects of your life and feelings by talking openly.
Counselling is rooted in the principal that individuals can help themselves, provided they receive the right kind of support empowering the client to look at things differently, which in turn leads to positive changes in their life
The aim is to enable my client to make their own choices, reach their own decisions and act upon them.
So whether you want less stress, more confidence or simply to enjoy your life more I can help.
My interest in anxiety has lead me to specialise in the treatment and delivery of a personalised programme of evidenced- based interventions along side counselling. This enables you to manage and overcome anxiety and associated symptoms. The individual treatment plan is tailored to your individual needs.
Anxiety is a natural human response when we feel under threat. It can be experienced through our thoughts, feelings and physical sensations. Most people feel anxious at times. If you are feeling anxious or experiencing panic attacks, or anxiety is impacting your life contact me for a free 15 minute consultation.
School, friends, exams, covid, climate change, social media, Instagram, TikTok, family life, self-harm, anxiety, low self-esteem, and eating disorders, are to name but a few things troubling our teens. I can create a safe space for you to talk about your issues with no judgement. Therapy can help improve mental health, increase confidence, improve school performance, help with relationships and boost self-esteem.
“I have improved my communication skills with my parents and this has made a massive impact on my anxiety. I can not remember the last time I had a panic attack. You have really helped me gain my confidence back and feel happy!”
My aim is to make menopause a positive experience in order for women to get on and enjoy healthy, active lives for many years.
Some women only experience a few symptoms, for others, it can change everything. Mental health issues are as much a part of menopause for some women as the more well-known physical symptoms of hot flashes and weight gain.
As a CBT therapist, specialising in menopause and anxiety, I have seen a huge change in my clients within my practice. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for menopausal symptoms is an evidenced-based and non-medical intervention to introduce coping skills and useful strategies to help manage and reduce the impact on daily life.
I’m also a women’s health expert for The Menopause Management and at Tillow Barn’s Menopause and Women’s Health Clinic.