As a counselling professional of twelve years plus, I have remained insatiably curious about people and the diverse cultural and life experiences they bring to share with me. I have worked with hundreds of clients, helping them to reboot, rebuild and finally move forward with their lives. Your private, safe and confidential counselling session takes place via Skype.
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In counselling I offer a private and confidential space where you can talk things through and work things out. Together, we’ll untangle all the elements of what’s going on for you and plan how best to deal with each strand.
Supervision is an opportunity for us to get together and really focus, explore and learn more about, aspects of the therapeutic relationship and the interventions employed. My counselling supervision style is grounded in a non-judgmental approach: enabling learning, assimilation, and
I provide educational classes for students, group workshops for professionals, informative and entertaining talks for team meetings and full lectures for universities or colleges. My interests include, working in cyberspace and the impact of cyber culture on adolescent development and mental health.
My experience as a counselling professional is both broad and varied and includes, setting up and managing my own counselling agency where I worked as both counsellor and clinical lead, lecturing in HE, training other counselling professionals, providing clinical supervision for...Read more
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