What do I offer?
I offer Individual and Couple Therapy.
I aim to understand and connect with your experiences, while helping you work to resolve the issues you bring to therapy and reach your desired outcome. I provide a supportive, respectful, and non-judgmental space to work within.
I offer treatment for a range of issues, including anxiety, panic attacks, health anxiety, generalised anxiety, social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, feeling sad, phobias, depression, low self esteem, anger issues, trauma, relationship issues, stress management, coping with long term physical health issues, loss and bereavement and adapting to life changes.
Thinking about starting therapy?
If you are thinking about starting therapy, please contact me and we can arrange a no fee appointment lasting up to 30 minutes. During this appointment I will ask questions to get to know more about you and what you would like to get from coming to therapy.
If, after this initial meeting, we both decide I am the right therapist for you, we can book in a full session at a convenient day and time.
At present all therapy sessions are held online or via the telephone. Once the guidelines change I will resume face to face sessions. If you wish to continue online or telephone work that is fine.
Contact me on 07835 763 287 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal chat.
Please view the information below for more about me and the therapeutic approaches I use.
Alongside running my private practice, I also work as a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy (CBT) / Couple Therapy for Depression practitioner at an NHS psychological therapy service working with people with anxiety and depression. I am an advanced trainee in a psychotherapy approach called Transactional Analysis (TA). I am member of the UK Association for Transactional Analysis (UKATA). I have a diploma in TA counselling and have been in advanced training for 8 years. I am a qualified and accredited CBT therapist registered with the British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). Both the UKATA and BABCP subscribe to a code of ethics which I aim to adhere to.