Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling
Issues worked with
Attachment issues, Bereavement, Childhood abuse, Chronic fatigue, Autism spectrum disorder, Health anxiety, Personal growth/wellbeing, Physical abuse, Sexual abuse, Insomnia, Loneliness, Physical health, Stress, Suicidal thoughts, Cancer, Domestic abuse, Emotional abuse, Bullying, Depression, Chronic or acute health conditions, Anger, Parenting, Self-harm, Trauma, Work-related issues, Complex Grief, Menopause, Abuse (unspecified), Anxiety (Worries, Fears, Panic), Grief/Loss, Romantic Relationships, Spirituality/Religion, Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Abortion, Academic Stress, Adjustment/Changes, Brain Fog, Burnout/Fatigue, Confidence/Self-esteem, Disassociation, Divorce, Family issues/relationships, Financial concerns, Friendships, Illness in the family, Leaving University, Low/Depressed Mood, Marriage, Miscarriage, Parental Separation/Divorce, Perfectionism, Public Speaking/Performance Anxiety, Relationships with Academic Staff, Sleep Problems, University Pressures (non-academic).
Special interest areas
I work with individuals and with couples and have a particular interest working with clients on the Autistic Spectrum. .
I offer a free fifteen-minute introductory session where you can discuss what you would like to explore in counselling and ask any questions. I work with individuals and with couples. The counselling can be short-term or long-term depending on your own individual needs. My approach to counselling is person-centred and is client-directed and underpinned by facilitating an empathic, authentic and healing environment. Couples may want to work through issues and difficulties in their relationship and improve communication. Counselling is a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space in which to explore any issues that may emerge in the process. I also offer breathing techniques/somatic exercises and meditation to reduce stress and anxiety and to enable emotional regulation. I also have an interest in mindfulness.