I offer sessions either on-line or in Norwich city centre at the Specialist Consulting rooms which offers a very welcoming and professional environment. Please contact me to book a free 15min phone consultation. 

Therapy can help with a wide range of emotional and psychological difficulties. It is a process that involves working closely together to help you move from where you are now, to where you would like to be.

My role as your therapist is to listen carefully to your concerns so that we can better understand what you want to achieve and what is getting in the way. We then use this understanding to create an action plan that will help you move forward.

As a Clinical psychologist I have been trained and supervised in the application of numerous therapeutic approaches. I use an 'integrative approach' to suit the individuals needs of my clients. My preferred way of working is in a cognitive- behavioral approach (CBT), solution focused and compassion focused therapy. 

Some of the difficulties with which psychological therapy can help include:

  • Anxiety and stress
  • Low mood and depression
  • Coping with difficult or traumatic life events
  • Social anxiety
  • Worry
  • Breaking habits
  • Low self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Health worries
  • Panic attacks
  • Obsessions and compulsions
  • Phobias
  • Work stress
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Bereavement
  • Sleep problems

I am registered with the main private health providers. 

On-line Therapy

I also take on a small number of on-line therapy clients, please contact me to see if there is current availability. 

Online therapy refers to therapy that takes place using Zoom, similar, yet more confidential to Skype. On-line therapy is carried out in a similar way as face to face therapy, but in the comfort of your own home.

When you begin therapy I undertake an initial assessment and then based on our discussions I would make some recommendations which are tailored specifically to you. 

Please note that I do not provide on-line treatment for those suffering with acute psychosis or who are experiencing suicidal thoughts


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