I act with integrity in my work and my life.

I uphold the ethics of the profession and I take my responsibilities towards my clients very seriously. I respect the personal and confidential nature of what is shared in the sessions, and a client’s right to privacy.

I have worked as a registered nurse for 17 years, so working within an ethical framework is second nature to me.

I act within the realms of my competence and ask for help when I need it. I have two supportive, experienced and well qualified supervisors to support me with my work. I feel very lucky to have them on board.

I consider the training I’ve received to be robust, thorough and ethical. This is mirrored in my approach to the work I do.

I’m an avid reader, watcher of TED talks, documentaries and podcast listener. I incorporate lots of different theories and ideas around mental health and wellbeing into my work. I have a curious and enquiring mind. I love personal development and growth, which is reflected in my work. I believe in the process of counselling and psychotherapy, because I’ve seen the positive results within myself.

“The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.”
Bob Marley