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I hold a deep respect for our longing to know ourselves, for our capacity to seek the light and change even when we are tired and worn down. I believe we are all seeking a deeper connection to ourselves, to each other and to the world around us, and that we feel lost when we do not know how to change.


It is hard for us to be in relationship with another person if we are not in relationship with ourselves and so I see my job as helping you to find your own answers, so you can reconnect to your own truth.

I qualified as a person-centred counsellor in 2006 but then I stumbled across a Transactional Analysis (TA) seminar about shame. I had 2 young children at the time and I was finding the transition into parenthood difficult. I was so captivated by the theory that I entered into TA therapy the very next week. I began with individual sessions, quickly moved into group therapy and from there, I re-trained in Transactional Analysis.

Prior to opening my private practice in 2014, I worked in many frontline roles: Greater Manchester Probation Service, domestic abuse work for Women’s Aid,  delivering domestic abuse training to the NHS, and part-time lecturer in Psychology at Salford University.
I have years of experience working closely with the Police, Probation Service, NHS and safeguarding with Children’s Services. 

I am a member of United Kingdom Association for Transactional Analysis (UKATA).

BSc  (Hons) Psychology and Counselling

Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling

Post-Graduate Diploma in Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy

Post-Graduate Certificate in Attachment

Certificate in Couples Work

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