ABOUT ME

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I am a Person Centred Therapist seeing clients in Glasgow City Centre and Online. 

I have spent the majority of my career within the helping profession and the past 10 years working in a variety of roles within health and social care. I have previous experience working as a therapist within the voluntary sector and the NHS.

I can help with a broad range of issues, including depression, anxiety, past trauma or low self esteem. I am also interested in helping clients with relationship or family issues who might struggle to resolve conflicts or set boundaries with other people. I have a particular interest in the work of Dr Elaine Aron and people who identify as Highly Sensitive.

My therapeutic work and experience in social care has developed my understanding of the many varied factors that influence our health and well being. As such, I treat my clients as individuals and help them find personal solutions to complex problems that work in the context of their own life.

My work as a therapist is informed by both my academic training in Psychology and Psychotherapy and my own personal struggles in striving for good mental health. I try to combine my theoretical knowledge of what can help, with my own experience of life’s challenges and how overwhelming our difficulties can often seem. I myself have benefited greatly from therapy and as a result have developed an ongoing, lifelong interest in psychological health and well being. I believe it is this personal insight that is key to my effectiveness as a therapist as it adds a level of understanding and respect for my clients that cannot be gained through training alone. 

I welcome any further questions you have about me or the work I do. Please feel free to get in touch.

QUALIFICATIONS

University of Glasgow

Master of Arts, Psychology 1:1

University of Strathclyde

Post Graduate Certificate in Counselling Skills 

Post Graduate Diploma in Person Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy

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07400 647 453

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