As somebody who likes to help people, I began my counselling training in 2010 after deciding I would like to help in a professional capacity. As a human being and living life, I know what it feels like at times to struggle with difficult feelings and the challenges that come our way in life from time to time.
Throughout my counselling journey, I have worked voluntarily at Enfield Carers providing support for people who have found themselves in a caring role, supporting loved ones or friends with Dementia and Alzheimers, as well as emotional and physical related problems.
I have also provided counselling support for the Westminster Drug Project and Place 2 Be, counselling children through creative play.
I work with many different issues, which include anxiety, depression, loss, bereavement and addiction, in its many forms, as well as working with the dynamics of relationships.
I believe that there is always a way through life’s problems and there is always hope.
Certificate in Psychodynamic Counselling
Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling
Advanced Diploma in Humanistic integrative Counselling