About Counselling and Psychotherapy

Counselling and Psychotherapy are talking therapies in which a qualified specialist will work with someone in a confidential, respectful, facilitative relationship to help them address and confront the issues they are facing. For this to work effectively, I believe the therapist should never show judgement towards the client or the client's behaviours and should always take the position that the person in front of them is asking for help and should be met warmly and encouragingly. 

Traditionally, Counselling is shorter term work with agreed goals and outcomes. Psychotherapy is usually longer term and involves in-depth processing of the way in which a client meets, experiences and processes their unique world and in therapy we look at where, in the clients life history, this pattern of experiencing was formed. This can enable a reconstruction of how a client understands themself and how they relate to and treat the people in their lives.

Areas I work in include; 

Post Traumatic Stress

Passive Agression

Domestic Violence (including perpetrators)

Gender Transition or Fluidity



Worrying or Frightening Sexual Interests

Pornography Issues

Monogamy Issues

Men Struggling in their Relationships

Historic Bullying/Victimisation

Low Self Esteem and Low Assertiveness

Existential Angst (mid-life crisis)

I have worked extensively in the area of sexual offence prevention and work with men with offending histories or who currently feel drawn towards offending.

I offer one to one sessions in-person or online. I also offer group therapy. 

I try as much as possible to make therapy accessible and affordable and I offer a number of lower cost options to help clients on lower incomes.

Ordinarily 50 minute sessions cost £70.00 and lower costs sessions start at £45.00. For those on mid-to-lower incomes I can negotiate somewhere between these two figures. 

Group therapy ranges from £25-35 per person depending on the number in the group and groups generally last 90-120 minutes.