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"Miracles happen when we work on ourselves and see things through the lense of love and compassion." 

-J, client testimonial. 

Is counselling for you? 


If you've found yourself here reading this, aware of needing support through a difficult time or wanting to be free of those things in our past that keep us stuck, welcome and please do listen to your own innate wisdom and trust that things can change for the better. 

I specialise in working with Loss and can help you through the profound and life-changing grief after the death of a loved one. 

As life is constantly changing, we experience many different losses throughout our lifetime. It may be a 'living loss' that you need support through such as a significant relationship ending, a health diagnosis or age-related changes. In this busy world, having the opportunity to acknowledge and explore these losses in a safe, non-judgemental and professional space can be a true gift to yourself and your future. 

My constant hope is to offer you the opportunity to work safely and compassionately on the parts of your life and your self that are causing the most difficulty so you can move away from pain and towards a more peaceful you. 




I'm a Humanistic counsellor working in the Rye and Robertsbridge area of East Sussex. A fully insured and registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and therefore work adhering to their code of conduct and ethical framework. I have regular Supervision and CPD. 


I have been running my own private practice since I qualified in 2017. Until recently, I was also working for The Sara Lee Trust, supporting people in the Hastings and Rother area affected by cancer and other life threatening illnesses.  I have also worked and volunteered for St.Michael's Hospice in St.Leonards as a Bereavement Counsellor and volunteered for Macmillan Counselling at Eastbourne District General Hospital. 

My own practice is based at the new community wellbeing centre, The Hub on Rye Hill. Please see for more details. Sessions on Zoom are also available.  

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Humanistic Psychotherapeutic Counselling, University of Brighton.

  • BA Hons in Music and Art History, ARU, Cambridge.  


Counselling is a unique opportunity to work in a confidential space, without fear of judgment, on aspects of your life causing difficulty at present. Some people work short term, taking six to twelve sessions, others may wish for more longterm support. This can be discussed in your initial assessment and reviewed regularly as we go.

The therapeutic relationship is an integral part of the work and therefore it is important you feel comfortable with your choice of counsellor and the type of therapy they offer.  Humanistic counselling is a phenomenological and existential approach, based on respect and trust. This means I will endeavour to hold in mind what binds us all together as human beings, our shared experiences of what it means to be human, but also to know deeply that we are all experiencing life in our own unique way. Advice is not given but a deep connection of understanding is sought and through this, growth, understanding of self and meaning can develop. 


  • Bereavement, Grief & Loss

  • Change​, Life Transitions

  • Anxiety

  • Stress  

  • Trauma

  • Living with illness

  • Depression

  • Being a carer

  • Low self-esteem

  • Loneliness 

  • Identity 


Sessions are 50 minutes and ideally weekly at the beginning. We can then move to fortnightly or monthly if appropriate and for more long-term work. Sessions are £60. 

Student/Unemployed rate of £55.

Free initial 30 minute consultation. 



Please feel free to contact me to arrange an assessment session. 



07842 473264 

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