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Making the first steps to find some help to make changes in your life can be difficult.  I hope to make them as easy as possible by providing you with a welcoming, safe and confidential space where you can get the support you need to become your best self. 

I’m a qualified counsellor with experience of counselling young people and adults. I run a private practice from Vale of Glamorgan.  I currently only work online or by telephone with people aged 16 and over. 


I can help with a wide range of difficulties. No problem is too big or trivial.


Please get in touch by phone, text or email if you'd like to arrange a free 15 minute chat to find out if I'm the right counsellor for you or your child. You can then make a decision about whether you'd like to work with me or not.  

Why come to counselling?

  • When everything in your life is good but something doesn't feel right and you're not sure why.

  • You've been through a traumatic event. 

  • You're feeling low in confidence or have low self-esteem.

  • A loved one might have a mental health problem and you need support for yourself.

  • You have had a bereavement or a loss.

  • You feel overwhelmed.

  • You could have anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder or PTSD

  • You might not know who you are anymore or what your purpose in life is.

  • You might feel that you can't talk to anyone and feel alone. 

You do not need to try to cope alone. I aim to help you find your inner strength to make the changes that you would like and to develop new skills in order to cope better with the difficulties that you are currently struggling with.

How I can help

I provide a safe and confidential space for you to explore your difficulties and help you find your strengths. I listen with warmth and without judgement.  I see my clients as whole people, so work with your mind, body, spirit and environment. I can also share some strategies that research has found to be helpful in managing difficulties such as flash backs, self harm and anxiety. However, I won't tell you how to live your life or what to do. I believe that with the right support you will be able to trust yourself to make the decisions and changes that are right for you.


I am a Humanistic Existential counsellor who also uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (this is a cognitive behavioural therapy). I also use elements of Transactional Analysis, a phased approach to trauma, Mindfulness, Attachment theory and Systemic theory. I can tailor my approach according to your needs. 

Who I work with

  • In my private practice I currently work one to one with clients who are aged 16 upwards. 

  • I welcome people of all genders, sexualities, faiths and ethnicities.  

  • I have experience of counselling people with mild ASD / Asperger's syndrome and ADHD.

  • I am trained to assess and treat problems with sleep using CBTi (this is recommended by NICE for the treatment of insomnia)

Please get in touch if you have any questions.

How do I use your counselling service?

1. Contact me

You can simply get in touch using my contact form on my website or email me.   

3. The first appointment

This will take place using Zoom. Please make sure you're in a place where you won't be disturbed or overheard. 

In this first counselling session we will establish how we'll work together and discuss in detail what you want to get out of counselling and what you are struggling with. We will also need to complete some paperwork which I will email to you beforehand. 

I take payment for the session using BACS.

2. Arrange a free telephone consultation

This will take around 15 minutes. It will be a chance for you to ask any questions and for you to briefly explain what you would  like counselling for. This is to make sure that I am the right counsellor for you. It isn't a counselling session. There is no pressure to book an appointment.


 You might want to chat to a few different counsellors before deciding who to use. If you decide to work with me then we can arrange a first appointment.

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