Talking to a qualified and impartial professional can help to make better sense of thoughts, feelings and behaviour in order to move on from negative thought patterns. Experiences in life can cause distress, depression, anxiety, lack of self-esteem or loss of identity. I have extensive experience in supporting individuals through the challenges of bereavement and loss, helping them navigate their journey with compassion and understanding.

Counselling can offer a quiet space in which to explore thoughts, help to improve your relationships and promote healthy coping strategies.

Located in Ifield, West Sussex, my counselling room is designed to create an optimal therapeutic atmosphere. Confidentiality is paramount and clients are encouraged to embrace self-listening, expression and reflection a transformative tools for self-discovery.

In addition, I can also offer online sessions.

We all have times in our lives when we find it difficult to cope.

Talking to those closest to us is not always an option, sometimes It is better to seek the help of a professional, who will be impartial and non-judgemental.


Individuals – £70 per session

I understand that seeking counselling can be a significant investment, which is why I offer reduced fees for individuals experiencing financial hardships.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you would like to know more.


I have experience in helping clients in therapy with issues which include:

Bereavement and loss counselling


Stress and anxiety

Relationship problems / couple counselling

Low self esteem

Work related problems

Divorce and separation



Family issues



Counselling or Psychotherapy

My training is in person centred therapy. This is also called ‘talking therapy’. I am also an integrative counsellor, who works creatively to bring awareness, and deepen our understanding of ourselves .

Counselling and psychotherapy are designed to help you gain greater insight into your thoughts, feelings and actions.

The process will help you to have greater freedom in making the life choices you want.

They both involve being listened to in a non-judgemental way, providing a safe-space where you can be heard. The main difference is the treatment times, counselling is generally a short – term treatment. It tends to deal with more recent and often specific difficulties. Psychotherapy is generally longer term and seeks to look in depth at patterns and themes in behaviour together with feelings which might have their origins in childhood.