There is no shame in asking for help. You don’t have to do this alone.
Therapy doesn’t have to be scary.
In fact, I make sure it feels sacred. I hold space for those who work with me to feel seen and heard, incorporating different techniques depending on the needs of the client and working collaboratively.
Together we explore the thoughts and feelings behind everyday challenges of childlessness and grief. I provide a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space, meeting the individual where they are.
It is such a relief when you know you are not on your own.
Life simply feels easier.
There is hope again.
Why Work with Me and the Arts
I have worked with people for more than 20 years; as an arts teacher and then I moved into counselling.
The therapeutic arts have been part of my life for even longer. After 3 decades of experience, I have seen how powerful they are to move people through grief, loss, anxiety and overwhelm.
This is especially helpful when working with people who cannot put their feelings into words. Art and play gives you access to imaginative ways to express your feelings and communicate your needs.