Do you sometimes feel that life is an endless cycle of anxiety, stress or overwhelm? That getting motivated about your day is a struggle? Perhaps you’re visiting this page because you’d like to see if counselling would be of benefit to you or how therapy might help. Speaking with a mental health professional in a confidential space can help you navigate through any feelings of concern and begin to understand your mental wellbeing, relationships, behaviour patterns, beliefs or somatic responses on a much deeper level. Therapy facilitates a sense of genuinely relating with others and connecting with all aspects of yourself so you can be more present in your life.
I work with you in co-creating a therapeutic relationship that provides the right conditions for crafting growth and change. Side-effects of therapy may involve you finding your voice, understanding what your authentic self is trying to communicate or learning where and how to create healthy boundaries in relationships or at work – healing isn’t linear and once you’ve begun to see the shift in your life, that’s an empowering and enriching feeling!
I’ve been working with parents in Brighton, especially Mothers, since 2010 and my clinical experience ranges from working with young adults in an inner city college and families and carers of substance users. Primarily, I work with anxiety, depression, trauma & post-traumatic growth. I work at two practices - one therapy office is now in central Brighton, just off the Old Steine, and my other office is in central Hove. I offer both short-term and long-term counselling for individuals and groups.
If you’ve any questions, then please contact me or I’d be happy to have an preliminary chat on the phone.