Young People’s Counselling

Have you ever thought 'There is something wrong with me', it's all my fault', 'I don't fit in; this can cause you to become overwhelmed by your own thoughts and emotions, these thoughts and feelings are common among teenagers and young people.


I have considerable experience in supporting children and young people who have neurodiversity such as Autism, ADHD, and Dyslexia. Young people are exposed to drug and alcohol misuse, sexual abuse, and trauma. I provide help for young people who self-harm and struggle with identity.


To learn more about me, my experience, and my qualifications, click here.

I offer a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental space for young people and young adults to explore how they feel, understand who they are, learn about the adolescent brain and, the part it has to play during this time of anxiety and confusion as well as learning coping strategies for everyday life.


I do my very best to ensure that sessions with me fit in with school, college, and work schedules. Counselling works best if young people wish to attend. I do not apply pressure on the young people to have therapy, it is their right to decide if counseling is the best course of action for them.


Counselling may support Young People with:

  • Anxiety – General & Social

  • Neurodiversity (Autism/ADHD/Dyslexia)

  • Self-worth & Self-esteem

  • Perfectionism

  • Depression

  • Bullying

  • Abuse Trauma (sexual, physical, emotional)

  • School or College Issues

  • Work issues

  • Identity & Gender issues

  • Self-harm

  • Family Issues

Services Provided

In-Person Therapy                   Video Conferencing (online)            Telephone