I am an existential therapist with over 6 years of post-qualification experience of working with clients on a range of issues which includes, bereavement and loss, relationship difficulties, self-esteem, depression, anxiety and stress, and work-related problems.
I have worked in the voluntary sector with Cruse Bereavement Care, Tenovus Cancer Support, and also worked for Cardiff University as a counsellor for the in-house Staff Counselling Service whilst also building my practice which is now in its fifth year.
My approach centres primarily on working relationally, which means to understand the problems and issues from the client’s perspective, and then from that point of view work through the thoughts and feelings that make the problems and situations continue, or hard to successfully dismantle.
As an existential therapist I work with a variety of counselling models such as Solution-Focussed, Transactional Analysis and Person-Centred to deliver a flexible approach to support. Shorter-term therapy can be offered to clients who have a clear sense of the goals and change they are seeking, or more long-term support is offered to those seeking change through a deeper sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance.