Frequently Asked Questions at a Glance
How many sessions do I need?
It naturally takes a little while to settle in and get a feel for the direction you would like your therapy to take. I usually recommend starting with 6-12 sessions. After this, there is an option to extend therapy and meet on a more open-ended basis. Inner work takes time, and it is not uncommon to stay in therapy for 1-2 years or longer.
What is your specialism?
I work in-depth with people who would like to address issues of emotional trauma and CPTSD. I specialise in early relational trauma, emotional neglect, and emotionally detached parenting. I also have expertise in narcissistic abuse. I have a special interest in creativity, high sensitivity (HSP), and giftedness.
How do I know it's a good time to start in therapy?
Therapy is a process of reflecting on and working through emotional issues in a supportive setting, so that you can make sense of how your life events have impacted you and find clarity and transformation. In therapy, things unfold at their natural pace week to week, without trying to rush or force anything.
It is good to have some stability in your life in order to begin therapeutic work. If you need support in a crisis, please contact your GP or call the Samaritans on 116 123.
If you would like to find out more, you can book a free 20-minute initial consultation to talk through whether therapy is a good option for you at this time,