About me


I have experience working with adults and young people in a variety of different settings, including hospice care, community centers and youth charities. 

Working within a hospice, counselling terminally ill patients, carers and bereaved family members, I gained valuable insight into the area of loss and grief work. 
I can help you begin to feel less overwhelmed, explore and normalize your feelings and understand that there is no right or wrong way to grieve.

  Working with neurodivergent people who may be autistic, have ADHD or Dyslexia, whether you are diagnosed, still discovering or are a family member. Neurodivergence increases the likelihood of social and emotional challenges, including higher anxiety. My practice is Autism Dialogue Approach (ADA) informed, meaning I offer an affirming space to explore what neurodiversity means for you, promoting self-acceptance and raised awareness.    

 I work with people struggling with anxiety and depression and appreciate the impact this can have on their personal and professional lives and relationships. Therapy can help you identify your needs, feel less self-critical and become more accepting of yourself. 


Gaining a BA (Hons) Degree in Counselling from the University of Greenwich, I am a fully qualified, registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

 As an integrative relational counsellor, I believe the relationship is the most important aspect of therapy as I believe people can only heal and grow through connection and understanding. I combine different therapeutic approaches to ensure we work effectively together while considering your personal circumstances. 

I am also trained in Walk and Talk therapy, providing counselling in natural outdoor spaces. This type of therapy can improve emotional regulation and reduce rumination and stress levels.  
Please get in touch if this is something you are interested in.