I work with many issues that may be affecting your mental health, such as anxiety, depression, grief and relationship problems to name a few. My aim is to provide you with the space to explore your thoughts and emotions, so that you might make discoveries and then changes, allowing you to be the best version of yourself.
In therapy, I work with clients to help them make the best use of our time together by identifying what they’d like to achieve from counselling, and making sure they gain something useful from the process. I do not tell people what to do or make them talk about things they don’t want to, but I do adopt a straight talking approach where thoughts can be challenged, options can be explored and alternative perspectives can be offered.
I help people to address and express their feelings; explore their thoughts; understand their behaviour and reactions in a safe, therapeutic and non-judgemental environment.
I practise both in person, and online. If you prefer online counselling, please ensure you have a safe and confidential space which you can use for our sessions. This can be outside or in a car if necessary. Online sessions are arranged via email and take place on zoom. However, if you would prefer your counselling in Exeter face to face, then my counselling room is centrally located near the library.
To get started, I offer a free 30 minute consultation – either online, in person or over the phone – so that you can decide if I’m the right counsellor for you, and I can be sure I am able to meet your needs.
Sessions, both for counselling in Exeter and online, cost £60 and last for one hour. I have a limited number of 50% discounted spaces available to students and those on a low income. Please ask for details.