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Humanistic counselling & psychotherapy

in Brighton & Hove & Online


Counselling is a confidential,

non-judgemental space to

explore personal issues and

emotional difficulties

I have been working as a counsellor since 2010.  In this time I have worked with a wide range of people and issues.  I offer in person sessions in Brighton & Hove but I can also work remotely if that is more convenient to you.

At certain times in our lives it is not always possible or appropriate to get the support we need from friends or family. It can be helpful to speak with a trained counsellor who will listen without judgement, and try to understand. I offer counselling in Brighton & Hove for a range of issues.  I'm often asked what I specialise in and whilst there are issues I come across more frequently, I've found that the complexities of human beings mean I've worked with a vast range of concerns and conditions.  These include, but not limited to counselling for depression stress, anxiety, sexual abuse and violence, postnatal depression, redundancy, loss, relationship break downs, bullying and low self esteem.  Many of my clients are neurodiverse.  I see clients from a wide range of cultural backgrounds and enjoy working with members of the LTGBQ+ community.

Working from a person-centred framework I believe that the relationship between counsellor and client is central to our time together.  I work hard to develop trust, by offering you a safe, non judgemental space to explore what you need to. I am here to help you talk through any issues, decisions or choices so you can gain clarity and easy any pain.


My counselling practice is based in Hove with easy access to street parking and public transport.

I work with EAP providers and can accept some private health insurances.


I offer a FREE of charge 30 minute online session, as an opportunity for us to meet and discuss what you hope to achieve from counselling. You can then decide if you feel my approach is suitable for your needs.

I am an accredited member of the BACP. I adhere to their ethical framework.

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