The issues I am experienced in addressing include: 
  • - Anxiety, including social anxiety
  • - Feelings of depression
  • - Relationship difficulties
  • - Working through traumatic experiences
  • - Overcoming an addiction or eating disorder
  • - Issues with body image
  • - Issues with anger 
  • - Negative or destructive thought patterns
  • - General dissatisfaction with life or feeling stuck 
Linking the Alexander Technique to therapy can be a powerful tool in addressing some of these issues.
 The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are.   (Carl Jung)

There are times in life when we can greatly benefit from the skilled help of another person.

Most people seek therapy for help with a specific problem or difficult period in their life. You may be struggling with a behaviour pattern such as an addiction or eating disorder, with difficult thoughts or feelings such as anxiety, low mood or lack of confidence, or in your relationships. Many people are able to function well in some areas of life, yet have difficulty in others.

Therapy can bring awareness and understanding to whatever you’re going through and the patterns you play out and help you to achieve a positive resolution.
Starting therapy is a big step and shows real courage. Most people have struggled for some time before they reach the therapist’s door.
Therapy provides a wise, supportive and non-judgemental space for you to work through the inner obstacles that hold you back from who you want to be and living life to the full.


United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) - A membership organisation for psychotherapy training organisations and individual practitioners.

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) - A membership organisation that sets standards for therapeutic practice and provides information for therapists, their clients and the general public.

TED - Ideas worth spreading - A website of interesting video talks by a range of speakers.