I consider myself to be a wounded healer and have been helping people for seven years. Having gone through many adversities and dealt with them through counselling and coaching I changed my career in order to give back, which also means I can truly empathise with my clients. I am very committed and passionate about facilitating healing and see this as a vocation rather than work. Helping you recover from whatever it is that is stopping you from reaching your highest potential gives me great fulfilment. I believe that my experiences far outweigh the qualifications and puts me in a good position to understand and empathise with you.
I truly believe that all the answers you seek are within you and finding the right person to help you unlock your true potential is very important. I offer a holistic approach to healing for my clients because I see the whole person and believe that the connection between physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing is paramount to your overall state of existence and ultimate happiness.
How I Work
I can guarantee you a warm yet professional service where you will feel comfortable to be open and honest about your feelings and problems. I provide a safe, confidential and nurturing environment for you to explore your thoughts, feelings and experiences that may be causing you distress, depression, anxiety, phobias, addiction problems, relationship and sexual issues and low self-esteem to name a few. I offer open ended therapy as well as time limited sessions (minimum of 6), whichever suits your needs and financial situation. I work eclectically using the modality which best suits you at the time.
Training, & Experience
I am a fully trained CBT counsellor with a 1st Class Honours Degree from Newham University Centre and have experience of working with people suffering from all types of addiction. I have also worked specifically with people suffering from depression, anxiety, dual diagnosis, identity issues and those trying to overcome childhood sexual abuse, low self-esteem, eating disorders, bipolar, psychosis, dissociation, domestic violence, emotional abuse, hearing voices, OCD, Physical abuse, redundancy, relationship issues and Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)