thought I'd share a little bit about who I am and how I became an integrative
counsellor. In previous jobs working in behaviour management and
special educational support, I worked closely with children and families
who were struggling to cope and I always felt I wanted to do more. Therefore,
when the opportunity arose, I enrolled as a mature student at university to
study a BA Honours in Integrative Counselling Theory and Practice, where I
gained a first-class honours degree. As a condition of undertaking the course, I had to
have numerous hours of personal counselling. This offered me a great deal of
insight into my own way of being and has given me the confidence to grow in
both my personal and professional life. Therefore, I have first hand experience of how daunting and challenging counselling can be. I have had a wealth of life experience including childhood trauma and dealing with stage two breast cancer- of which thankfully I am in remission. I am passionate about counselling and understand the value of how it can have a positive impact on people's lives and believe that everyone should
have access to therapy and counselling. Feel free to contact me if you
have any questions or are unclear of how I can assist or support you. If I am
unable to help you with your difficulty, I will seek to provide you with
Beeford is a small rural village in the East Riding of Yorkshire. It is situated at the junction of the A165 and the B1249 and approximately 10 miles (16 km) north-east of Beverley and 8 miles (13 km) south of Bridlington.
Address: 44 Main Street Beeford
I ask you to arrive no more than 5 minutes before your session is due to start as unfortunately I don't have a waiting room.
My therapy room is situated at the rear of the house, looking out onto the garden and is a private, homely and calming space.