Supporting individuals and companies - face-to-face, online, and by telephone.
There are a lot of pressures put on us in today’s world, we have to accept we cannot control all life factors.
I offer a safe place to freely let out any emotions building up, to move out of a space you are not happy with and to help you develop awareness of your triggers.
I support without judgement and with complete confidence.
of people at work have symptoms of a mental health condition
have a mental health problem at some point in their lives
per employee lost because of stress and poor mental health
of 18-29s are formally diagnosed with a mental health condition
Blended Counselling means that you’ll always have someone to talk to, with flexibility so you are comfortable and supported around your lifestyle.
Someone you can trust and feel comfortable with.
Someone who will fit in with your busy life.
Someone who you can talk to about anything.
Someone who can help answer any question.
The Blended Counselling Practice understands we are all individuals, and that you like to be supported in whatever way works best for you. In this hectic world we live in it’s especially important to find the time to talk, whether that’s face to face, online, over the phone, or a combination to best suit your lifestyle.
The session is set in a confidential environment in The Practice Rooms, taking away the distractions of life.
Online counselling sessions allow you to work from anywhere. I can’t control your environment, so it is up to you to make sure you are in a place you can talk freely, and express yourself safely.
I work with individuals and companies, using a combination of techniques and strategies – my approach is to meet your individual needs.
A counselling session lasts 50 minutes. Choose the way you prefer to talk – face to face, by phone, or online.
You always have the option that works best for you, and you can work with us however you want.
Book 6 or more sessions in advance, and get 10% off!
I am a professional counsellor and integrated therapist.
I believe it is important to work with the client for whom they are and what they would like to bring to their sessions, rather than a label or diagnosis. The most important aspect of therapy with successful outcomes is the relationship between the therapist and the client.
I have experienced stressful situations through my previous work. Sometimes a high-pressured environment can lead to feelings of stress and a lack of control that requires understanding and support, which can also trigger domestic feelings and emotions. My own experiences help me to understand and support my clients.
I am a volunteer for the Charity Cruse Bereavement, supporting people through their grief.
I am accredited with the National Counselling Society, certified with Association for Counselling and Therapy Online. I am fully insured.
Everyone is unique. We will agree how many sessions we will have in our first face-to-face or online session, and can then amend that going forward, with regular and reflective sessions.
You can, but we will discuss an ending together. It’s important that both parties talk about stopping, because the ending of any therapy is important and should be talked through.
We use a fully encrypted platform called Doxy.me, which the medical profession uses. It works by me sending you an email link. If you feel more comfortable with Zoom or another similar service, then we can discuss during the initial consultation.
Relationships can be anything from couples, family, friends, work, and more.
Professional psychotherapeutic counselling, in the pluralistic sense. I use a combination of techniques and strategies to tailor-make my approach to meet your individual needs, in the therapeutic sense.