I live and work in Sheffield and alongside my private practice, I also work for the NHS within the Sheffield specialist psychotherapy service in the anxiety team, working predominantly with PTSD, OCD, BDD and other anxiety related issues.
I am also clinical director for the Eva Therapy Service which is a charitable organisation supporting women who have experienced domestic and sexual abuse.
I hold a post graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy and I am governed by the BABCP Code of Ethics. Alongside being a qualified cognitive behavioural psychotherapist I am also an EMDR practitioner (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing).
This is an evidenced based technique for dealing with traumatic memories and is now also proven to help resolve many anxiety related difficulties such as social anxiety, phobias, OCD and any performance related anxieties.
I also hold qualifications in personal and professional coaching, Neuro – linguistic programming, emotional freedom technique, clinical supervision and deliver workshops and training to both individuals and organisations in building personal confidence & self- esteem, recovery from domestic & sexual abuse, domestic abuse and mental health, and brief interventions for supporting recovery from emotional distress.
I also teach introduction to cognitive behavioural psychotherapy on the Integrative counselling diploma course at The Academy Sheffield. I have worked with children, teenagers and adults who have been experiencing difficult and distressing times, feeling depressed, anxious and hopeless and I believe in working collaboratively with clients to identify the best approach to their recovery, promoting personal power and supporting clients to create their own plan for continued emotional well-being in their futures.
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