An original Brightonian, I have been practising as a therapist locally for seven years. A keen paddle boarder you'll often find me floating behind the West Pier gazing at the cormorants at sunrise. A point, click and hope for the best kind of photographer, I like to capture moments of beauty on the water and on land. I have wandering eye for delicious food that can only be truly savoured and love to guide a playful powerful yoga practise as much as I enjoy lounging on a bolster listening to a podcast. One of my favourite places to explore is Kingley Vale, one of the oldest remaining yew tree forests in Europe. Naturally curious, I have an open mind and an open heart and meaningful connection with others is truly precious to me.
I offer therapies, coaching and practical tools that enable and empower you to move forward in your life in the way you’d like too. I have a great deal of experience of supporting individuals with identifying solutions to understand, manage and resolve their anxiety and depression. I support individuals using a range of modalities including psychotherapy, autonomic nervous system mapping, hypnotherapy, movement, yoga and massage. I am passionate about supporting individuals to overcome personal challenges and safely resolve trauma and emotionally-charged experiences from the past so that they feel liberated and have the space and the motivation to create a happy and fulfilling life.
Previously working as a Human Resources Business Partner in London I trained as a psychotherapist. I have guided and supported for seven years using a range of therapeutic modalities. I work with people of all ages and have extensive experience of supporting teenagers and young adults. I am extremely knowledgable of the education and school sector having guided and advised students online for six years.