The good news is that there is a proven way to successfully overcome mental health problems.
After starting my career as a mental health nurse, I quickly discovered that I had an interest in psychological therapies and trained to become a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist. I have been a qualified therapist since 2013 and had the opportunity to work in a range of settings with a variety of clients. Further to my general training and experience in CBT, I have specialist training and experience in CBT for Eating Disorders and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
I’m passionate about delivering tried and tested interventions and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is well known to be one of the most effective psychological treatments.
My approach aims to help you deal with overwhelming problems by breaking them down into smaller parts.
Whether you are trying to overcome a trauma, having problems with your eating and body image, dealing with low mood or anxiety, I will help you understand your difficulties and show you how to change negative patterns that will improve the way you feel.
Why is accreditation important?
Choosing the right therapist can sometimes be a confusing task. Many people claim to be qualified professionals yet may have very basic training, limited knowledge or experience.
Accreditation means that a therapist has demonstrated that they meet high standards of training and experience in delivering therapy. They are also audited to ensure they maintaining high standards of clinical practice, clinical supervision and continuing professional development activities.
You are able to check my accreditation here on the CBT Register UK.
Over the course of my career, I have routinely helped my Clients
- overcome binge eating
- accept their body
- improve their self esteem
- overcome past trauma
- break free from obsessional thinking
- feel hopeful about life again
- overcome their fears
What My Clients Say about Me
I will never be able to thank you enough for what you have done for me and how you have helped. You have restored my faith in therapy!”