I am an accredited Counsellor with a Post Graduate Diploma from the University of Strathclyde. I came to counselling with an honours degree in Psychology and my theoretical knowledge forms the foundation for the work I do in the counselling room. For me, being a therapist is a privileged opportunity to work with clients as they explore their lives and their deeper selves.

I have provided counselling in various settings ranging from medical practices and sexual health clinics to the voluntary sector and secondary schools. I have experience in working with the many different issues that bring clients to counselling including stress; bereavement and loss; self-harming; alcohol and drug-related problems; relationship issues; family difficulties; trauma and abuse.

I have additional training and experience specific to dealing with trauma, sexual abuse, attachment, systemic family therapy, bereavement, young people and play therapy.  I am also trained to level one Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy.

I am a qualified supervisor providing supervision and support to counsellors, psychotherapists and organisations.  I enjoy the collaborative and engaging nature of supervision work and the challenge to both support and learn from supervisees. 

As required of all therapists, I undertake regular supervision of my own practice with another experienced counsellor to reflect upon my work. I attend continued training throughout the year in order to ensure that my practice is up to date and informed.


I am registered as a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy BACP and I adhere to its ethical framework for good practice. I am also a member of COSCA and SAIA. This gives me access to a full range of current therapeutic research and practice.