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Relationships, Individuals & Families

Around 2.8 million people in the country are in a relationship that could be classed as ‘in distress’. Some of these may be able to work through their issues by themselves, some may need a little help pointing them in the right direction, and some may ignore their issues, allowing months or years of resentment and difficulties to build up and boil over into an unrepairable relationship.

With the right help you can resolve issues with your partner, friend, or family member(s) before they become overwhelming.

Counselling can help you with:

Relationship Conflict

  • Arguments
  • Infidelity
  • Broken trust

Depression & Anxiety

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Self-esteem issues
  • Patterns of behaviour

Family Therapy

  • Strained familial relationships
  • Parenting issues
  • Children


No matter who you are, what job you do, where you live or went to school, everyone faces difficult times in their lives.

Seeking help can be the difference between suffering under the weight of your problems alone and working through them to be able to move forward.

If you are ready and want to make changes in yourself and your circumstances, counselling could be the best decision you will ever make.

Types of therapy

I employ a variety of types of therapy depending on your needs and situation.

Systemic therapy

Understand your problems as part of a wider group. It’s mainly used in couples counselling and family dynamics, helping you to address issues and move on.

Psychodynamic therapy

Suited to problems with personalities and past and present relationships.

Narrative therapy

Helps people become and embrace being an expert in their own lives. There is an emphasis on the stories that you develop and carry with you through your life.

Life coaching

Helps you to clarify your needs and goals, identify obstacles holding you back and look at strategies to overcome them.

How much does counselling cost?

Sessions with me cost £60 per session, and the amount of time you’d need to spend with me will depend on individual circumstances.

What happens in our first session?

Upon your first session with me, we will sensitively discuss your reasons for choosing to see a counsellor and explore how I might support you on your journey.

Do I need to be referred by my GP to receive counselling?

No, you don’t need a referral from your GP to receive these services. Contact me on 07518 883 402 and we can see what avenue best suits your needs.

How many sessions do I need?

This is completely dependent on your individual circumstances. In your first session we will explore your issues and decide how to progress forward with your counselling.

How long does each session last?

Each session is 50 minutes.

Are your sessions face-to-face or online?

I offer both in-person and online sessions, depending on which you’d prefer.

Get in touch for an initial chat, further information or to book an appointment and decide for yourself if it feels comfortable.

Call us on 0751 8883402