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As a counsellor, I value authenticity and feel it's important to be a real human in the room. I celebrate and work within diversity, recognising the unique relationship that is created when two people meet. 

My integrative training means I can work with both your past and present, in a way that is individual to you. 

I am passionate about queer and neurodivergent affirmative counselling, and recognise the specific experience of being 'other' in society. 


You can see more about my experience and qualifications below. 


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Your counselling appointments are an opportunity to set aside time specifically dedicated to you. I aim to provide an environment where every aspect of you is welcome. 

I work in an integrative way. This means I am trained in both psychodynamic and humanistic modalities, and can draw on many different therapeutic ideas from both of these approaches to create a new way of working that’s specific to you. 

The counselling relationship is different to coaching or friendship. I don’t give advice or opinions, but help you to explore your inner world and develop a better understanding of you. I hope that by being my authentic self, you will feel able to bring your whole self to our relationship. 

Information about some of the terms I use to describe my counselling are on the ‘FAQ’ page. 


Curriculum Vitae

Professional experience

I began my career working with queer youth at risk of exploitation and homelessness. I worked with trans communities for many years and co-founded cliniQ - Europe's first trans specific holistic sexual health and counselling service.  I have since worked in counselling agencies, outdoor education, summer camps, schools, sexual health, diversity training, youth work, outreach and charities.


I currently work for a sexual violence charity, and my counselling experience has included working with the trans community and adult survivors of childhood abuse. 

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Qualifications and Memberships

I have completed a Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling. I also hold a multidisciplinary BSc (hons) degree with a focus on child psychology and counselling, and a qualification in Counselling Children in Schools. 

I attend regular continuous professional development training and am a member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP).  

Study Group


I have over 15 years experience designing and delivering diversity training. I specialise in workshops that are celebrative of trans and neurodivergent communities. For more information about training, please see the 'Training' page.  

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