Get In Touch

It might seem a bit overwhelming contacting a therapist, especially if it’s your first time. But don’t worry, I’m here to make this easy for you. Once we’ve had a chat, we can decide if working together will benefit you. This is important because finding the right therapist is critical, much like finding a suitable life partner.

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If you have any questions or want to get in touch to explore potential regular therapy, use the callendar below to schedule a free 20 minute call with me.

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I look forward to hearing from you! 

Therapy provides a safe and confidential space for you to talk to a trained professional about your issues and concerns. Your therapist will help you to explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours so you can develop a better understanding of yourself and of others.


Most therapy takes place in planned, regular sessions which last for around 50 minutes. How often you see your therapist and how many appointments you have will depend on your individual circumstances, and will be agreed between you and your therapist.

Your therapist should spend a few minutes introducing themselves and explaining how they work. You can ask them about their qualifications and experience, your therapy or anything you’re not sure about. Your therapist may ask you if you would like to give a history of the problems you’re experiencing. Or they may just ask you to ‘tell your story’. It’s important that you feel you’ve had the opportunity to tell the therapist about what’s troubling you.

You’ll get the best results from your therapy if you’re open and honest with your therapist and say how you’re really feeling. Your relationship with your therapist is very important. If you’re to work effectively together, you should feel safe and able to take risks by disclosing and discussing sensitive issues. That includes being able to give them honest feedback on how you feel about your therapy and how you’re working together.