I am a fully qualified counsellor/psychotherapist and completed my postgraduate Diploma in Counselling at the University of Strathclyde. I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and adhere to its ethical framework. I am also a member of Person-Centred Therapy Scotland. I receive regular supervision and undertake continuous personal development.
I offer long and short-term individual counselling and therapy to adults aged 16 and above.
I offer a free 15-minute telephone counselling consultation on a no-obligation basis.
I am passionate about my profession and have found my vocation in life with my Counselling work. My aim is to establish a warm, mutually respectful working relationship between us to allow us to explore together what has brought you to therapy and anything else that may arise during our time together, accepting you wherever you may be. This gives the potential for a healing experience that will increase awareness and understanding, while at the same time empowering you to make healthy choices.
Previous client’s feedback – “You make me feel that I am the only person you work with”.
I work at the Tom Allan Centre in Glasgow, which is a donation based counselling agency, where I have seen a wide variety of adult clients from all walks of life. I have also received additional training and attend regular CPD workshops to keep my skills and knowledge up-to-date. I have experience of working with a wide range of therapy issues such as depression, bereavement, stress, anxiety, relationship difficulties, trauma, sexual abuse, sexuality issues, drug/alcohol abuse, confidence issues and many more.
What type of counselling do I offer?
My approach is Person-centred which means I will strive to be deeply understanding, accepting and genuine. I’ll provide a safe environment in which I will listen very carefully to you, offer you unconditional support, value your experience and use that as a basis of all our work.