Your spirits are low, you’re stressed, no one seems to understand what you’re going through, and the voice in your head can be unkind. Patterns and wounds that go back to childhood are still with you. Sometimes you can’t tell the difference between “rational” and “irrational” fear. You’re in protection mode, moving between fight, flight, and freeze. You’re finding it hard to cope and it’s not easy to make change. You are coming to therapy because you want to talk without holding back, to experience compassion, and to connect with your personal power.
As a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology student qualified to practice under clinical supervision, I draw from 17 years experience in community work with youth and abused women. I am person-centered, trauma-informed, and anti-oppressive, using diverse strategies to help you empower yourself.
I encourage you to tell healing, confidence-building stories about yourself and to help you process your feelings, set your boundaries, create more helpful thinking habits, and to gain new skills for living more sustainably and joyfully. If you’ve resonated with anything here, then feel free to reach out for a no-obligation consultation. I look forward to talking with you.