JUST US THERAPY
COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY
How I can help
Do you find yourself asking "Why did I do/say that?". Perhaps you are fed up of feeling compromised, manipulated, not in control of your own life, or just plain fed up.
There are many reasons that people come for counselling and psychotherapy, one of the fundamental reasons is because they no longer want to feel the way they have been feeling.
I offer a non-judgmental, confidential space for individuals and couples, to explore what can be confusing and difficult aspects of life, relationships and marriage, with a qualified professional. Working together in this supportive therapeutic space, you can safely explore and make sense of often difficult and confusing thoughts, behaviours, experiences and emotions.
You are not broken, you do not need fixing. My role in your journey is to work with you to bring about a level of true self-awareness that enables you to regain control and find balance.
It is the quality of the relationship between client and counsellor which provides the basis for successful therapy. As a person-centred counsellor I believe that we all instinctively know what is best for ourselves. I aim to support this very personal process of exploration and growth and help clients to look at and come to terms with any feelings, behaviours, issues and experiences which can sometimes leave us feeling lost, stuck or disturbed.
Whether Face to Face in my comfortable therapy room in central Woking or through Online (Teletherapy) sessions which are conducted over the internet using a secure, encrypted platform, I provide a confidential and supportive space for individuals and couples to explore confusing or difficult aspects of life in a respectful, non-judgemental and accepting environment.
I will not give you advice or solve problems for you. We will listen to and explore your story, enabling you to understand yourself better so you can identify and change any unhelpful behaviours and patterns in your life.
“Who in the world am I? Ah, that's the great puzzle.”
Lewis Carroll , Alice in Wonderland