What's it like to be in therapy?

Therapy is a kind of deep accompaniment. Being in therapy is an experience of being deeply seen and heard, whilst you reflect and explore your experiences, and we work together to clarify your path - through any or all areas of your life that you wish to work on.

What happens through therapy?

Through therapy, you are invited to find yourself, and naturally as this happens you begin to stop behaving or resisting how you believe that others want you to be, and learn to be your true self instead.

What happens after therapy?

Usually, people find it easier to show up more honestly in life i.e. being honest with yourself, other people, and the world. This empowers you to say no to what no longer serves you, and focus on serving your best interests, which in the long run benefits everyone, because the truth sets us all free.

On this precious planet Earth that we live on with so much awe and longing all around us, it's painfully possible to lose our way due to the demands and pressures of family, work and society.

Sometimes we just need to pause and rest for a while, to recollect and gather our senses. Therapy is an opportunity to slow down, stop and recalibrate to remember who you really are, what you love, what you value and hold meaningful in your heart. Deeper than any of the exterior, worldly phenomena, you're a human being with an interior life that deserves your careful tending.

My role is to support you as you rediscover yourself, and ease your way into the future that your heart is calling you toward.


"You helped me find happiness in a hard place." 

"It's amazing what a difference therapy has made to my life."

"I've experienced a positive shift in how I relate to myself"

"Counselling really works."

"I lost a lot of anxiety."

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