If you are worried – about the world around you, home, school, the internet and social media, relationships, yourself…

If you have headaches, stomach aches, tightness in the chest and fast breathing when you are worried about something you are probably anxious.

If that anxiety is the symptom of sadness, anger, or fears and phobias, my therapy will help support you in a safe place.

It can allow you to release deep-rooted negative beliefs, and address such things as feeling insecure or exam stress.

Through my past experiences in schools, and my work with young people now, I can help you and your family get to the root of your problem.

Using a treatment plan and a range of techniques that will enable you to develop coping skills, I will give you effective strategies that you can use by yourself to improve the quality of your life and your future – such as self-meditation, making small changes, sharing with others and goal–setting.

My experience of working in multi-cultural and integrated school environments has also given me a deep understanding of current issues facing many young people relating to gender, sexuality, ethnicity and faith.

I’m comfortable working with CAMHS, youth support services and with groups of young people in schools to provide support where needed.