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I feel that counselling can be a bit like sorting out the contents of a toolbox or wardrobe.  You see the items inside, but they can be in a bit of a muddle, and you can’t easily access what you really need at the time. Sometimes a good sort out lets you see clearly what is helpful to you and what is not, and on occasion, a new lease of life is given to things that have been hidden.  This is a simplistic way to help understand the benefits of counselling.


I was fortunate enough to be guided to counselling services as an adolescent and gained invaluable tools in life that have helped me through subsequent challenges and crises. As a fully qualified humanistic counsellor, I am proud to be part of the profession that helped me to help myself.


My happy and therapeutic place is by the sea or free-flowing water; I find the fluidity and ever-changing flow calming and grounding. Not everyone finds it easy to identify with their happy place at first, but as self-awareness leads to self-compassion and acceptance grows, acknowledgement of your own values makes it easier to find and enjoy your happy place wherever it may be.



 "The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever" Jacques Cousteau.





BA (hons) Humanistic Counselling - University of Chichester

Diploma in Humanistic Counselling


Accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)

Level 3 - Principles of Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Young people or

Vulnerable adults - nuco training


Counselling online - BACP


Level 3 in counselling studies -  cpcab


Level 2 in counselling skills - cpcab

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