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It's true that everybody feels anxious at some time in their life and most of us can relate to feeling anxious or nervous before an exam or job interview. It's all a natural part of how we prepare ourselves for stressful experiences. But sometimes anxiety can get out of control and come to dominate our lives; affecting our relationships, sleep and ability to enjoy everyday things.

If you're not sure what kind of counselling you need or you would just like to know a little more about me, you can get in touch any time by email.


You can also call to speak to me on 07592 593 734

Got a question?

Everybody gets anxious, right?

Anxiety can lead to feelings of isolation and panic, and a sense that no one around you understands how you are feeling. It may be that a specific event has triggered your anxiety and is making you fear things that used to be so very ordinary to you, or it could be that you learned very early on in your life that the world is a frightening and untrustworthy place.


I understand how crippling anxiety can be and how real it is for you, and I will treat it with the respect and seriousness it deserves by providing you with a safe space to explore your feelings without judgement.


By listening to the messages that our bodies are constantly sending us – rather than just relying on old and sometimes unhelpful ways of trying to solve our problems – counselling can give you the tools to reduce your anxiety through exploring what your anxiety means to you and how it affects your life.

How can counselling help with anxiety?

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If you are considering online counselling, I offer sessions for individuals throughout the week.

Online sessions

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