When I was 10 my life began to change. My Dad was diagnosed with early onset Dementia at the early age of 43. Suddenly an ordinary childhood transformed into one in which I emotionally lost my Dad. My secondary school experience was miserable, I was bullied. For many years I was depressed and at times couldn’t leave my house. I kept this to myself and never asked for support.
Only in my 30s did I start to realise that my childhood had a lasting impact on my ability to relate to others, my confidence. and levels of self esteem.
I decided to train as a counsellor as I have a genuine belief that everyone has the right to be more confident and reach their full potential...or get close to it!!
I am a BACP registered counsellor. This means I have been approved by the BACP to offer counselling and follow a set of ethical and professional guidelines. These guidelines are designed to make sure your interests and safety are number one.
To book an appointment please email me. firstname.lastname@example.org