Every person on this planet has a story that deserves to be heard, because it is unique and is what makes our world so beautiful and interesting. What brought me to become a counsellor is my deep trust in human nature, a sense of trust towards our strength to adapt, survive and reach the best we can. I firmly believe in the potential that each one of us holds within ourselves, with a purpose as a therapist to support people in finding and excelling at their best, and live a truly satisfying life accordingly to their real selves.
Safe and Confidential
I provide a safe and confidential environment where you can explore emotional difficulties that often might represent obstacles to your personal growth. The counselling relationship I create with my clients is based on trust and acceptance. I strongly welcome creativity and expressivity during the therapy sessions as at times some of our feelings are not easily accessible, or simply we are not aware of them.
I offer a wide variety of counselling support including: bereavement, loss, stress management, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, abuse, substance misuse, addiction, bullying, illnesses, eating disorders, HIV, self harm, trauma, phobias, relationships difficulties, low self-confidence and esteem, work-related problems, poor self-image, abortion, divorce and break-ups.
I am a member of the BACP and a BA (Hons) in Person-Centred Counselling, with additional certification for Bereavement, Trauma and Complicated Loss within the NHS. I have also completed the following courses:
- Counselling for depression
- Emotionally focused couples therapy
- Existentialism & the Person-Centred approach
- Working with clients with sight loss