Often it is our close personal relationships that cause us the most heartache. Living with families can be the most beautiful or challenging thing in the world depending on our individual situations. It is often troubled relationships with ourselves and others that lead us to seeking therapy.
There are many issues that impact on our daily lives and can make things harder to manage. These could be anxiety about work, financial issues, difficult friendships, or simply because we are feeling low in mood and are in need of some personal care and attention. Whatever your reasons are, don’t be afraid to ask for help and support. Read below for my mission statement to understand my values, and ethics in practice.
My mission is to provide a high quality, empathic service with a warm smile and a listening ear. To encourage personal growth and development of all individuals who come to me for support. I promote autonomy and value diversity with regard to both personal characteristics and backgrounds. I do this in the service of enabling individuals, couples and young people to benefit from and maximize their potential in life. Through therapy, those who seek my support may come to appreciate the uniqueness of their personalities and discover new ways to develop themselves. I have seen how many people make personal progress through the therapeutic process and enrich their lives through open and honest self -reflection, increased self -awareness and a willingness to become the best version of themselves.
I have a passion to help and commitment to my clients’ well-being.
The unique strengths and challenges of my clients, whilst working to enhance life skills, coping strategies, and interpersonal relationships.