BACP registration assures minimum quality standards covering psychotherapy training, supervision, continuing professional development and a contractual commitment to BACP's ethical framework for the counselling professions.
I’ve worked in the mental health field for over eight years in a variety of roles - mental health nurse, psychotherapist, peer support worker, development mentor and support group facilitator - and within various settings. Prior to beginning private work with clients, I worked as a psychotherapist with adults, young people, and families within schools and various charitable organisations. I have experience working with a range of concerns including anxiety, depression, self-harm, eating disorders, addiction, childhood abuse, complex trauma/CPTSD, and relational trauma.
Since completing my initial practitioner training, I've undertaken a number of professional development and certification courses, including those relevant to working therapeutically online, utilising creative techniques within therapy, and working with complex trauma and traumatic stress. I'm committed to ongoing professional and personal development to ensure my practice is fully informed and up-to-date.