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Are you struggling to balance your work, home, and family life? Do you feel like you're constantly rushing and still not getting everything done? Are you exhausted as a result?
If you spend most of your time and energy caring for others, such as children, partners, and family members, you may have no time left for yourself. This might leave you feeling exhausted, angry, frustrated, sad, and like no one sees you.
I see you.
I have spent a significant portion of my life prioritising the needs of others over my own. However, I eventually realised that this approach did not benefit anyone. As a result, I worked hard at defining and enforcing boundaries in my relationships.
I don't always have everything together; I need lists and reminders, but I can recognise when I am too hard on myself. I know that sometimes my inner voice gets it wrong and that the reality is that I'm doing ok.
Everyone has unique experiences, and my perspective may differ from yours. Nonetheless, it's essential to give ourselves a break and show ourselves some kindness and empathy. Therapy is a brilliant way to do this.
I am an experienced counsellor in Peacehavenis between Brighton and Eastbourne in East Sussex. I offer online counselling therapy, which means we can work together no matter where you are.
Get in touch if you're ready to take control of your life and find the necessary answers and tools to make positive changes.
Am I qualified ?
I am a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and an Accredited Member of the National Counselling and Psychotherapy Society – MNCS (Accred).
I hold a Postgraduate Diploma (Counselling) from the Australian College of Applied Psychology and a Postgraduate Diploma (Psychology) from Melbourne University. I am pursuing a Master's in Psychology at the University of Roehampton. I plan to progress to PsychD Counselling Psychology after completing this.
I have over twelve years of experience working with children, young people, individuals, couples, and families. I planned and delivered effective case management and support interventions during this time. I worked in youth and family services in Melbourne, where I counselled and supported children, young people and their families.
I returned to East Sussex a few years ago and have worked as a school counsellor with primary and secondary-age students in the Brighton and Eastbourne areas. Currently, I work with students as a locum counsellor at Sussex University. Additionally, I provide counselling services to parents, carers, children, and young people struggling with mental health as a counsellor with Eastbourne Holding Space, a charity.
I specialise in working with individuals who are dealing with relationship issues such as trauma, affairs, betrayal, emotional and sexual abuse, grief, separation, and divorce. Additionally, I help people who are struggling with managing life with mental illness and behavioural problems in children and adolescents. My expertise lies in working with parents and caregivers as they navigate their child's tween and teenage years.
I welcome everyone, regardless of their background, culture, or identity. I strive to create an inclusive and accepting environment for neurodivergent individuals and those from the LGBTQ+ community.
Counselling, as easy as 1, 2, 3 ...
1 . Initial call
We'll start with a 10-minute call to get to know each other and see if we can work together.
We'll book our first session if we both feel we're a good fit.
3 . Video call
You can start your healing journey from the comfort of your own home with a video call.