Existential-phenomenological therapist, coach
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), British Psychological Society (BPS), International Coaching Federation (ICF)
Life should be liveable, not intolerable. The stress of life, the demands of family, or the perils of moving forward might be wearing you out. Negative self-talk, a nagging sense of unworthiness, or a ferocious inner critic may be throwing obstacles in your way. If you’re feeling spread too thin, overstretched by work, parenting or divorce, entering or emerging from burnout (or rustout), the therapeutic space I offer can help you press pause and learn to reset.
I help people with anxiety, burnout, carer responsibility, career change, climate anxiety, closed-mindedness, confidence, decision paralysis, depression, disappointment, divorce, emotional freedom and self-regulation, existential crisis, gender identity, grief, heartbreak, identity crisis, immigration, inner critic, isolation, loss of purpose, meaninglessness, moving home or work, non-belonging, panic attacks, personality development, procrastination, racial trauma, restlessness, rootlessness, rust out (boredom), self-worth, sensitivity, transitions chosen (like graduation or retirement) and unchosen, including a loved one’s death, and uprootedness.
I provide a contained space and supportive presence. As you decide to trust it, your hidden self, your worries, doubts and insecurities will enter into our dialogue. Paradoxically, with them comes new possibilities. In time, you may find yourself dusting off the dreams you’ve parked on the top shelf of your adult life, unfulfilled and half-forgotten, and perhaps venturing forth in fresh directions you now feel better prepared to pursue.