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When I was a little girl my nose was always firmly in a book. I was obsessed with stories and the worlds that they transported me to but, more than anything, it was the people within the pages that I loved learning about the most. This fascination with what makes us all who we are, and what drives the decisions we make, has never waned; hearing the stories of the people I work with is one of the most enriching and humbling aspects of my work.
It's no surprise then that my desire to understand human behaviour was enriched by studying Psychology at university. After graduating, I spent many years working within the public health sector, with vulnerable adults and children, including Social Services, Adult Psychiatric Care, Special Educational Needs Schools, and Public Protection and Housing.
I am now an Integrative and Relational Counselling Therapist. I help people to explore their own stories and understand the relationships that they have both with themselves and others, and create a life that feels uniquely authentic for them.
I live in the rural Mendip Hills, Somerset, and when I'm not working I like to spend much of my time with my nose in a book in front of the fire, roaming the countryside with my dog, who is often not by my side, or with a paintbrush in my hand, a blank canvas in front of me and music playing as loudly as possible in the background.
I also have a slightly unhealthy addiction to dating shows, which I justify as human behaviour research.
I look forward to meeting you and hearing your story.
BSc. Psychology (2008; MBPsS)
Cert. in Counselling Skills (Two year course, 2011)
Cert. Family Group Conferencing (2011)
Diploma in Humanistic & Integrative Counselling (Three year course, 2019; MBACP)
Cert. Life Coaching (accredited with distinction, 2020)
Cert. Recognising Domestic Abuse (2020)
Cert. Narcissistic Abuse & Pathological Love Relationships (2021)
Cert. Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) (2022)
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