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When working with me, you can expect a warm, empathetic environment to explore any issues you’re facing and process your feelings. I believe each person is the expert about themselves and my role as a therapist is to be a companion on your journey of self-understanding. Everyone has a different goal from therapy, but my hope is that you can leave our sessions feeling listened to and understood.
I work with clients experiencing a range of issues and clients from different backgrounds and life experiences. I often work with people experiencing anxiety, depression, stress and low self-esteem, and individuals experiencing problems in their work, family or romantic relationships.
I have experience of working with neurodiversity, including ADHD and Autism, and am committed to the neurodiversity affirmative movement. I also have experience working with young adults, particularly university students.
I don’t believe therapy should be depoliticised: social, cultural and political realities affect our mental health. I am committed to social justice and liberatory practices, which informs my practice.
I am trauma-informed and a LGBTIQ+ affirmative counsellor.
What I can help with:
Neurodiversity - particularly ADHD and Autism, Young adults, University and student life including PhD students, Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Relationships, dating and attachment issues, Low self-esteem or confidence, Family dynamics, Work problems, Gender identity and sexuality, Life changes, Traumatic childhood experiences, Loneliness, Burn out
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