Life can be tough. If you feel confusion, anger, stress, sorrow, trauma or depression, you are not alone. Through counselling you can find your path forward and make lasting changes to your life. Start now. Begin that journey of change. I look forward to meeting you.
Being truly heard is the most powerful and energising experience. Come to be coached, listened to and helped to find your own new future.
Listening creates a holy silence. When you listen generously to people, they can hear the truth in themselves, often for the first time.
I’m passionate about supporting people to live their best lives. I have a Master’s degree in counselling, training in a variety of mind-body techniques and bring a wealth of life’s experience. I’m a non-judgemental listener and use different therapies to support clients. I take pleasure in walking alongside my clients. I love seeing clients energised, achieving clarity about their direction and reaching their own goals.
I support clients in all aspects of their lives. Come and see me if..
Together we can take a flexible approach determined by your pace and expectation. We’ll focus on achieving the changes you seek.
My approach is informed by person-centered counselling. This means that your understanding will be at the core of your healing. My work is also informed by my pluralistic training. A variety of different approaches may weave through my counselling depending on your needs. These approaches include:
Being truly heard is the most powerful and energizing experience. Come to be coached, listened to and helped to find your own new future. I look forward to meeting you.
I come from Wales, but have lived twenty years in Aotearoa. I worked in international aid for many years then retrained as a counsellor – a profession which I love. I have counselled at the Salvation Army for two years supporting clients with a variety of issues including trauma, family violence and depression. I now also work part-time at the Women’s Centre Waitakere supporting clients with issues such as grief and loss, anxiety and intimate family violence.