A confidential and supportive space to work through the personal challenges in your life

Why Consider Counselling?

Life can be hard. Sometimes we get thrown off track, losing sight of ourselves in the busyness of it all or in times of difficulty. If things reach a sticking point, it can help to have the support of someone independent from any other area of your life whose job it is to listen, help you explore what’s going on and have your back. You don’t have to suffer alone.


Counselling takes place in a safe space, where you can meet with someone who will listen with sensitivity, empathy and without judgement. It is a space wholly dedicated to you, free from other people's opinions.


Counselling will help you gain greater insight into what’s causing the difficulties you are facing and help you understand why you act or react to them the way you do.


Working together, I can help provide you with a set of tools you can use in order to move towards managing or resolving the difficulties you are facing. This process will help you to reconnect with your values in order to feel more settled, empowered, feeling more your ‘self’ and more connected to the inner ‘you’.

Here are a few of the more common difficulties that can be supported through counselling:

Feelings of stress or anxiety

Panic attacks

Grief, loss or bereavement

Trauma and post-traumatic stress

Emotional abuse

Anger management

Relationship problems


Loneliness and feelings of emptiness

Problems with confidence or self-esteem


Issues relating to sexuality

Work/life balance

Difficulties at work or in retirement


In person sessions are held from two different locations in central Richmond, South West London. Exact location details will be provided upon booking a session.

Public Transport:

6 min walk from the nearest mainline/District Line train: Richmond (London) Station

Bus Routes: 33, 65, 190, 337, 371, 419, 490, H22 H37, R68

Parking nearby:

Friar’s Lane Car Park, TW9 1NL

Old Deer Park Car Park, TW9 2RA

Street parking on The Green, Richmond TW9

You may not know it, but you've already taken the first step...

It can be scary and confusing making the decision to contact a counsellor or therapist, but in my experience people will struggle with a mental health issue, a personal crisis or problems with a relationship for much longer than is healthy. Sometimes a friend has proved a source of comfort, but this help can only go so far. Realising that resolving a problem requires something more means you have actually already taken the first step towards improving your life.

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