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Liberty: the state of being free

Let me tell you a bit about me and how I became a counsellor.

I had not planned to become a counsellor, in fact I was happily working as a PA in London when my life took an unexpected turn and that is when I found myself on a training course to become a counsellor - and it changed my life!!  I found my calling and cannot imagine doing anything else ever again.

I believe that every unique human being has the ability and the tools within themselves to live a life that fulfils them,  they just have forgotten. So by upholding the ethos that self-awareness leads to self-acceptance which gives the power to change I will be with the client while they discover this for themselves.

Please feel free to wander around the website and do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions.  

Training, qualifications & experience

I have been in private practice for the last 8 years having studied counselling at University gaining a First Class Honours Degree along with a Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Supervision. I am Accredited with the Foundation for Infant loss and have a Level 5 Teaching qualification. I am an Accredited Member of the National Counselling Society (NCS) and a registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and a Senior Member of the ACCPH. This means you can be assured that I have an ethical code that I must work to.

I have experience with parents, couples, carers, children and teens as well as teachers, teaching assistants and people with issues around self-esteem and self worth.

I supervise trainee counsellors, counsellors and teaching staff.

Contact me at [email protected] 

Liberty Talking Therapy is all about giving you the space to find your way.  Everyone should have someone to talk to that can see your worth even when you can't. Let me be that someone for you