About me

I’m a qualified counsellor and a registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy). I’m also a warm, friendly, curious and compassionate person. I'm interested in what you have to say, and there's nothing you can say that I'm not OK with hearing. 

I’m experienced in working with anxiety, depression, disordered eating, childhood trauma, bereavement, insomnia, identity, family dynamics and toxic relationships, among many other issues. I work with adults, children and young people. As well as my private practice, I offer counselling to young people and staff in a secondary school. I have also worked as a counsellor in Luton All Women’s Centre, supporting women who have experienced abuse, domestic violence and coercive control.

Before training as a counsellor, I worked for many years in the publishing industry, and I understand well the pressures of juggling work and home life, and managing stress. If you’re struggling with anxiety, or are looking for strategies to manage stress or anger, or simply want to feel less overwhelmed, I can support you. I'm also a parent to a neurodivergent child, and I know the challenges that neurodivergent individuals can face in a neurotypical world. I've lived and worked in many different places, from Luton to London to Liverpool to Sydney, Australia, and I learn something about other people, and myself, every time I meet someone new. I hope to hear from you, too.


Training and CPD