My approach

I am trained in an integrative approach to psychotherapeutic counselling. This means that I have studied a range of counselling modalities and may draw from these to work with you in the way that best suits your needs.

However, the core of my approach is person-centred. This means I am non-judgemental, accepting, and believe that you are the person who knows yourself best, even if you may feel lost or stuck in life. I will not tell you what to do, instead I believe in empowering and supporting you to navigate your situation and reach towards an outcome which is authentic and healing for you.

My practice is LGBTQIA+ affirming, kink-knowledgeable, neurodiversity-affirming, sex-positive, trauma-informed, and non-pathologising. It is informed by awareness of how the intersection of our identities shapes the complex ways we may experience privilege and marginalisation as we navigate our lives.

I am not a ‘blank slate’ in my practice - I value the importance of the therapeutic relationship, and my work is consequently informed by my lived experience as a GSRD person.

I listen attentively, I may ask challenging questions, and the process will likely involve some discomfort as we confront difficult material, but supporting your wellbeing is always at the forefront of my practice.

If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch:

I offer a free introduction appointment if you would like meet me and discuss how I may be able to support you.