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Navigating in Woods
Painting Brush


Talking to an objective professional can help you to  navigate towards self-understanding and encourage you to adopt new attitudes and feelings towards life situations. It is essential to keep in mind that therapy is not a magic pill or a quick fix: therapy is a healing process that needs participation and investment from you and me alike. Making small changes to self-defeating behaviour and coping with feelings of sadness, fear, worry and pain can bring life-changing results.

I have experience working with people of all ages, orientation and backgrounds. I particularly enjoy working with women and teenagers. 


Children sometimes do not have the words to express how they are feeling or the tools to manage these feelings or situations that are making them sad or upset.  Working hand in hand with parents, play therapy can offer a medium for children to learn how to identify their feelings and manage them, or even process sad traumatic experiences like death or divorce.

What to expect:

  • Intake session with both parents/caregivers

  • Intake session/emotional assessment with child

  • Background questionnaires and information from school if required

  • Feedback to parents/caregivers

  • Start therapy if required or refer accordingly

  • Check ins 

  • Note that in the case of divorce both parents must consent to therapy


Reaching your potential in your work, relationship or your extra-curricular activities can be unlocked through structured coaching.

Although both therapy and coaching are about change, coaching is more structured and specific and will entail working towards a goal.

Traditional therapy focuses on psychological and emotional processing, symptom-reduction and healing, and this often involves working through painful past or current experiences. In contrast, coaching characteristically involves reflecting on, and taking action towards, clearly defined goals.

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