From wanting to become a counsellor, to actually gaining my qualifcation as a counsellor, was for me a journey that started right at the ground floor. My first step to become a volunteer to work with the Samaritians.
Several years later I qualified and became a member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapy (BACP) . Since then I've had the ongoing privilege to work for one of the UK Rape Crisis Centres, counselling survivors of sexual abuse and rape.
I also working with a mixture of private clients on a variety of issues anger management, anxiety, autism, bipolar disorder, depression, domestic violence, emotional abuse, family issues, loneliness, low self-confidence, panic attacks, physical abuse, self-harm, stress and trauma.