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27th November 2022 

Welcome

We live in challenging times and it is understandable and not uncommon to feel depressed, anxious, stressed or fearful, and you may feel that this is manageable and yet sometimes it can feel unbearable or too difficult to manage alone.

Seeking a therapist with training and experience can be an invaluable option and resource.

It is a sign of strength, and not weakness, to seek help.



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Are you:
- experiencing difficult feelings?
- has something unexpected happened?
- struggling with unwanted changes in your life?
- feeling overloaded and burnt-out?
- affected by the uncertain times in which we live?
- affected by Covid 19 or consequences of the virus?
- or maybe you have recognised a troubling pattern in yourself?
- trying to make sense of something less defined that is
happening?


I have a wide range of experience so do make contact even if you don't see your particular struggles here:

  • abuse
  • ageing / age related issues
  • anxiety
  • anger
  • bereavement / loss
  • Covid-19 / coronovirus related
  • depression / feeling low
  • eco anxiety / climate change
  • health issues / physical impairment
  • identity
  • loss of creativity
  • low self-esteem
  • meaninglessness
  • mid-life crisis
  • over use /effects of social media
  • panic attacks
  • post-natal depression
  • relationship troubles
  • spirituality
  • sexual issues
  • gender identity
  • sexuality
  • stress
  • life transitions
  • trauma
  • work problems

    Everyone is unique and with respect to this diversity I work with people from all walks of life, cultures, and those who identify with the LGBTQI community




  • I am a qualified and registered psychotherapist committed to providing counselling, psychotherapy, creative art therapy and supervision in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment. I also am committed to my own personal and professional development.

    "The real voyage in discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in seeing with new eyes" - Marcel Proust



    Clinical Supervision



    I offer Clinical Supervision and work with both individuals and groups. My approach is reflexive and integrative and I work with students in training as well as qualified therapists, and anyone who works with people in a helping capacity, such as social workers, support workers, nurses, doctors, coaches and those who hold a spiritual or religious role. Creative art practices can be included in the supervision process if that is helpful. I am happy to have an informal conversation if you wish to discuss your clinical needs and the possibility of working together.



    Kings Langley is close to the A41, M1 and M25 and within easy reach of Watford, Hemel Hempstead, St Albans, Abbots Langley, Amersham, Aylesbury, Barnet, Berkhamsted, Borehamwood, Bovingdon, Bushey, Chesham, Chorleywood, Edgware, Elstree, Flaunden, Gerrards Cross, Hatfield, High Wycombe, London Colney, Luton, Potters Bar, Radlett, Rickmansworth, Sarratt, Stevenage, Tring, Welwyn Garden City.