I currently have qualifications in both counselling (alongside theology) and integrating creative interventions in counselling, as well as being a trained and registered Deep Release counsellor.
I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP no: 00971818) and a registered member of the Association of Christian Counsellors (ACC). Membership to these professional bodies ensures my commitment to provide a safe, ethical and confidential service to women from all walks of life, regardless of faith, background and presenting issue.
"Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying,
'I will try again tomorrow'."
Mary Anne Radmacher
I have always had a heart for people and knew from an early age that I would end up in a ‘helping profession’. I began my career as an occupational therapist working within a variety of NHS settings. This gave me the opportunity to support people facing both physical and mental health difficulties – helping them to understand and come to terms with the impact of these challenges on their lives, whilst encouraging them in working towards their goals for independence. It was from here that I found my true vocation and trained to become a counsellor.
Having worked as an accredited counsellor, I took a career break to raise my family and am grateful for the many experiences gained during that time. There has been joy and sadness, challenges and life changes all of which have shaped the person and counsellor I am today. I am committed to growing both personally and professionally and regularly attend training to keep up to date.
L4 Diploma in Counselling (& Theology).
L5 Certificate in Integrating Creative Interventions in Counselling.
Online and Telephone Counselling training.
BSc(Hons) Occupational Therapy.
Anxiety and stress
Bereavement and loss of all kinds
Rejection and abandonment
Self-harm and suicidal thoughts
Childhood abuse and trauma
Navigating life changes
Loss of confidence & low self-esteem