• Is something happening in your life that you are struggling to come to terms with?
  • Are you repeatedly getting into the same relationship patterns?
  • Did something happen in the past that you now feel you want to address?
  • Are you finding a particular relationship challenging?
  • Do you feel lost in life and aren’t sure what to do next?
  • Are you grieving a loss?
  • Are you experiencing a loss of self-confidence or feeling low in yourself?
  • Are you struggling with loneliness and how to go about making social contact?

Meeting with a professional who is experienced at working with these issues could provide you with the support necessary to work through them.


A safe and confidential space

Develop your self-awareness

Find ways to support yourself

Increase self-acceptance

Improve your relationship skills

Loosen up something that feels stuck


What does a Counsellor or Psychotherapist do?

A Counsellor or Psychotherapist works towards the improvement of the health and well-being of our society. They help people to talk about their experience and their feelings, to think about their choices or behaviour, and to make positive changes in their lives.

The counselling professions include a range of different titles and specialisms and these are often dependent upon the setting in which the person is working. For example, a psychotherapist working in a hospital is likely to be more concerned with severe psychological disorders than a psychotherapist working in private practice.

Here, on this website, the terms counselling, psychotherapy and therapy are used interchangeably because the differences between them are not absolutely defined outside of specific settings.

Why do people come to Counselling?

People come to counselling to help themselves to resolve emotional, psychological and relationship issues. They may be experiencing difficult and distressing events in their lives such as bereavement, divorce, health issues or job concerns, or they may have a more general underlying feeling of anxiety or dissatisfaction with life.

Some clients feel isolated and as if they have no one else to talk to; but even people within a supportive network of family and friends can find it difficult to talk to them about feeling anxious or depressed. It is often easier to talk about such personal, family or relationship issues with an independent and professional therapist who has no connection to our daily life.


"She is a very calming, understanding and nonjudgmental person and it is so nice to have the space she creates each week to go to where I can feel"
accepted and supported

Client J

"Jane helped me learn more about myself and to find a self-compassion that helped me in my relationship with myself and others"

Client C

"Jane helped me to understand my own feelings and how I could deal with them"

Client N

"I've been attending sessions with Jane on and off for a few years now and I have found her to be really supportive and helpful during this time"

Client J

"She always makes me feel comfortable enough to speak openly in our sessions"

Client N

"Jane helped me through some very tough times and her compassionate and nonjudgmental attitude has allowed me to feel more comfortable in myself when I'm out in the world"

Client J


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