Counselling and Psychotherapy

The heart of the journey is the relationship between the
client and therapist which is imperative in healing.

Counselling and psychotherapy are terms used for a range of talking therapies. Both these therapies are combined to provide a journey of self-exploration and healing which the client embarks on with the help and guidance of the therapist.

How do I know if I need it?

Are you experiencing any of these below and not sure how to manage the symptoms?

If your answer is yes then get in contact to find out how I can help you.

Holistic Approach

I look at the client as a whole rather than concentrate on the one particular issue that has brought them to therapy. There is always a root to any growth, positive or negative, and this is where psychotherapy comes into it. Through psychotherapy, the client and therapist explore deeply the possible root causes that have manifested over time, impacting the subconscious negatively causing the symptoms that have brought the client to therapy.

Person-Centred Approach

The time for therapy is set aside for yourself with me to explore and talk about what may have brought you here. There are a range of therapies that can be used depending on the nature of the issue. Counselling and Psychotherapy is carried out is in a safe, non-judgmental environment adhering to the definition of Person Centred Therapy. The person-centred approach to counselling belongs to the Humanistic School of Therapy and was devised by Carl Rogers an American psychologist who in the 1950s proposed a form of therapy which focused on the clients experience of themselves, as opposed to the counsellor being an expert and telling them what to do, or what was wrong with them


Consultation (up to 90 minutes) – £65

Counselling Session (60 minutes) – £45

Looking to book therapy?

Psychotherapeutic Counselling is a practice that aims to achieve healing and recovery
from anxiety, depression, stress, bereavement, loss and PTSD.