Counselling and how I work

There are many reasons people seek out counselling. You may have been affected by a painful life event or you may be feeling overwhelmed, anxious or depressed. You may not know why things are feeling so difficult. Whatever your reason, choosing to see a counsellor can be an important first step towards helping you to feel better.

I practice person-centred counselling which means the content and pace of our sessions is led by you. 

I am also very experienced in using CBT techniques and interventions with clients and we may choose to incorporate these into our sessions.  

You may feel really clear about what you would like to talk about in our sessions or you may feel unsure.  No matter what, I can offer you a safe, non-judgemental and confidential space where you will feel truly listened to, heard and understood. 

Training and qualifications

Masters degree (MA) in Clinical Counselling - University of Chester (BACP accredited course) 

Level 2 Certificate in counselling skills 

BA (hons)- University of Manchester 

BSc (hons)- University of Salford 


I have a keen interest in supporting people through their fertility journeys and have completed academic research (with distinction) exploring the emotional and psychological impacts on women living with unexplained infertility.