If you suffer from anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, trauma, bereavement, abuse or at times you do not feel like yourself and want to be better counselling can be beneficial.

Choosing a partner and staying together is not simple. When the relationships begins to fade, our health and happiness often suffers. While for many of us our first instinct is to try and work through problems ourselves, it can be extremely useful to seek outside help. One way forward is certainly couple counselling.

The aim of counselling and psychotherapy is to give you a neutral space in which to explore challenges in your life; potential changes that you may wish to make, and to reach decisions about your current situation. Counselling can play an essential part in enabling individuals and couples to become more confident and aim for a happier and better life.

I am experienced integrative therapist, with interest in anxiety and specialism in Couples Therapy. I integrate affective, systemic, cognitive and physiological therapeutic work with client’s values. That means that I adapt the therapy to my client and not the client to the therapy.

Over a number of years I have seen many individuals and couples from Cambridge, either in private practice, Relate Centre or through Employee assistance programme (EAP). I help clients to make positive and informed choices for themselves at difficult times in their lives. 

I hold a Master’s Degree in Relationship Therapy (Distinction) and Accredited membership with British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). I also attend psychotherapy workshops, present papers at conferences and keep up-to-date with the latest research.