About Me


I began my Counselling training back in 2019 and have a background working in health and social care including; autism and learning disabilities/difficulties, physical health conditions and illness as well as palliative care for the NHS and in the private care sector.

Building upon this experience, I have developed my skills and awareness and knowledge within severe, chronic and acute mental health inpatient care, working with common mental health conditions, drug and alcohol misuse, and self-harm and injury and suicide, as well as areas of social deprivation as in homelessness, domestic violence and abuse.
I am fully qualified at a Level 5 Diploma and will be undertaking my degree in counselling. Training and working as a therapist has given opportunities to be a part of change and growth for not only myself but for the individuals I work with.  I always strive to offer the best service to each and every individual. 


‚ÄčAs a registered member of the BACP, I adhere to an ethical framework which values privacy and safety at all times, following strict safeguarding policies for the protection of the client and those around them. Part of my professional practice includes receiving regular supervision for clinical support and monitoring purposes.