telephone: 0770 917 1976



A warm space to explore, reflect, learn and play. I consider the role of a supervisor as somebody who is able to encourage sharing of knowledge and insights in a collaborative and respectful way.

As a Relational and Integrative supervisor, I am interested in the uniqueness we all bring in our encounters and in the diversity of our learning style: our subjective way to make sense of ourselves, our relationships and the way we engage with others. I tend to pay attention to process, as well as theoretical knowledge, and I integrate creative and holistic modalities into my practice.

I offer one-to-one clinical supervision to qualified and trainee counsellors/psychotherapists from any theoretical background.

I have 30+ years’ experience of the voluntary sector as a counsellor, practitioner, supervisor, manager and volunteer. Since 2005 I have been providing one-to-one counselling sessions and groupwork to adults who experience trauma, addiction, mental health problems and self-harming behaviour. Most of my current work as a counsellor is in private practice and through the Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), providing both face-to-face and telephone counselling.

I offer a half-hour initial meeting to explore the possibility of working together and to discuss practicalities.


Diploma in Professional Studies: Counselling – University of West of England (2007)

MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy – Canterbury Christ Church University (2012)
Diploma in Clinical Supervision – Edinburgh Gestalt Institute (2018)

Code of Ethics

As an Accredited Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy I am bound by its Ethical Framework for Good Practice and subject to the Professional Conduct Procedure therein. I am also a UK Body Accredited Member of COSCA – Counselling and Psychotherapy in Scotland and therefore subject to their Statement of Ethics and Code of Practice. Details of BACP and COSCA Complaints Procedure can be accessed through their websites on my links page.