My therapeutic approach is based on valuing the client as a person, developing an empathic understanding of their thoughts, feelings and experiences, and building a trusting and authentic relationship together.
I believe that, with the right support, everyone has the power to make positive changes, to see things more clearly, and to develop compassion for themselves and others. My job is to foster your innate capacity for growth.
I trained in and practice person-centred counselling. Also called “client-centred,” this humanistic approach doesn’t situate the therapist as an expert, but allows you, the client, to take the lead on the content, pace and goals of therapy.
Person-centered counselling can help with problems such as stress, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship struggles, identity questions and many other issues. I welcome clients facing these or any other difficulties.