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Choosing a counsellor online... so why choose me?


Choosing the right counsellor is like online dating: you can read the profile, check out the photo, but you'll never really know until you meet face to face. And once you do, within a few minutes you know whether or not you've made the right choice.
It's the same with counselling. The relationship you develop with your therapist is central to the therapeutic process. And you'll know within a few minutes if you've made the right choice. And if you've made the wrong choice, why should you be charged for that?


I spent three years working for the NHS, both in short-term intervention, and with those suffering from "deep and enduring mental health issues". I have also been in private practice since 2006. 


At the Atrium, my client base was the “worried well” suffering from a wide range of problems including depression, anxiety, phobias, family issues, stress, anger, low self-esteem, bereavement and loneliness. These clients came for 6 - 8 sessions



At the Taylor Centre, I saw clients struggling with issues of low-functioning depression, suicidal ideation, sexual abuse, anxiety and low self-esteem. They could come for up to a year if necessary. 


This experience at both ends of the mental health spectrum has given me a unique advantage in helping clients from all walks of life.


My rates are normally £50 per session for individual therapy and £60 for couples. However, I do not believe anyone should be excluded on price, so my fees are negotiable.


If you're going to invite someone into your head, you want to know they're well trained and experienced. I am a Registered, Accredited counselor with the BACP. To become accredited, counsellors have to have at least 3 years experience post training, and have at least 450 hours counselling experience. (In the last two years alone I have accumulated over 1000 counselling hours)


Find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.


Find out about my Associate Counsellors.

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