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About me and how I work

I believe that we are all individuals, shaped by our unique life experiences, with our own pain and struggles.  I provide a safe and confidential space to listen without judgement, to help you process whatever is going on for you in that moment, and to be alongside you in it.  Through empathy and compassion I can model what I believe to be essential for healing: self-compassion.

I am a Humanistc and Integrative Counsellor.  What does this mean?  The therapeutic relationship is often cited as the most important contributor to positive change.  This relational approach is at the core of how I work, whilst also drawing from a variety of therapeutic theories as we try to find the source of difficult feelings and to make sense of your experience.

Building upon my own personal experience, I am particularly interested in working with clients who are, or who care for people who are neurodivergent or have disabilities.

I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and work within their ethical framework.

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My qualifications and experience

  • Level 6 Diploma in Humanistic and Integrative Counselling from the Bath College of Psychotherapy and Counselling 

  • 30 hours CPD for working with Children and Young People

  • Additional CPD for working with clients who are neurodivergent

  • I am a registered member of BACP working towards accreditation

  • November 2020-April 2021 counselling within a temporary housing community: working with adult clients who have been homeless and with addictions

  • May 2021-current: at a counselling agency in Gloucestershire working with adult clients up to maximum of 9 months, across a range of presentations

  • I started my private practise in November 2022

  • I am the mother of 3 children, including a teenage son with cerebral-palsy and learning, social and emotional difficulties

  • Before starting my counselling training, I worked for 18 years in the financial sector in the City of London.

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Where I work

Face to face

I am based at St Andrew's Community Centre, next to St Andrew's Community Church, in Combe Down (BA2), a short distance from central Bath, with plenty of free on-site parking.  The premises are step-free and fully accessible.  

Online or telephone

If meeting face-to-face does not work for you I can provide counselling by video call or telephone.  You can access counselling as long as you have somewhere private to talk.

Get in touch

St Andrew's Community Centre

Hawthorn Grove

Combe Down



My therapy room is conveniently located in Combe Down.


There is free on-site parking.  


Hawthorn Grove is on the 4A bus route from the centre of Bath.

The 2 bus stop at Mulberry Park is a short walk away.

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