There are different types of psychotherapy out there and you might have heard of some, but I want to briefly describe how I work with my clients.

As a person – centred counsellor, based on humanistic values, I see every person as an individual with a unique view of the world and as your counsellor I accept you as you are. I believe that no one knows you as well as you know yourself. Often, your true self is just laid covered under the layers of other people’s opinions.

I will make sure that you feel seen and understood by me and no problem is too big or too small. I will help you make sense of your thoughts and feelings by listening carefully without judgement and helping you reflect back on what has been said. The process might be hard sometimes and I might be challenging in our conversations, but it will always be wrapped in warmth and empathy. I will not direct you in any way or give advice because that would be looking at your life from my perspective. What I will do is help you explore all of the options and possibilities for you to be able to make your own decisions.

I know that change is possible because I have seen it happen many times.

My approach is holistic by which I mean that I see mental and emotional distress as a normal reaction to abnormal circumstances. As a society, we like to put labels on things and of course, many times it is helpful, but usually, things are more complex than that.

I believe that the quality and healing potential of counselling lies within the therapeutic relationship between the counsellor and the client. We learn about ourselves in relationships, we love and get hurt in relationships and that is also where the repair happens – with people in relationships. I cannot promise you that it will be easy, but I promise that I will be there with you finding your way.

‘The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination.’

Carl Rogers


1. How much does it cost?

 A session lasts 50 minutes.

Face to face counselling: £50

Online counselling using Zoom, Microsoft Teams, FaceTime: £50

Concessions to counselling students: £45

2. How do I make an appointment?

 Email me at I will respond within two working days.

Or call on 07359 304357, you can leave a voicemail or send me a message and I will respond within two working days.

I am happy to have a free initial chat to see whether I am the right counsellor for you.

3. How do I find you? 

Our address is as follows:

3 Abbey Street,
Market Harborough,
LE16 9AA

As for the online counselling, I explain it all in my contract, in the email or over the phone. Please don’t hesitate to contact me to answer any questions you might have.

4. Is counselling confidential?

Yes, counselling is confidential and what we discuss together stays between us, however there are exceptions. I will explain further during our first contact or our first session.

5. What is your availability?

 My availability changes often and therefore I advise to contact me to see if I can accommodate you.

 At the moment my counselling days and times are as follows: Mondays and Tuesdays: 4pm to 8pmThursdays: 9am to 11am.



6. How many sessions will I need?

 This is very individual depending on the problem and complexity of issues. My therapy is open – ended and we will review regularly how it is going and decide together on the ending. And of course, you can choose to stop your therapy anytime, but I would advise to give at least one session notice period so we can have a positive closing session.