Face-to-face, online and outdoor counselling in Manchester

* please note the practice is currently full*

The site will be updated when sessions become available in the new year

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SELF-CRITICISM can feel like a painful, repeating loop of over-thinking.  It comes in many forms but you might be telling yourself that you are a bad person, not good enough, or boring, ugly or fat.

Far from motivating you, it’s my belief that punishing yourself in this way actually limits your choices and actions and keeps you stuck. Quite simply, talking to yourself in a mean way doesn’t get you anywhere. It keeps you in the incessant loop of asking ‘why am I not good enough?’ or ‘what have I ever achieved?’.

Talking to another person, and opening up about this habit can really help and  move you towards a more enjoyable way of living.



People access counselling for any number of reasons, and everyone’s circumstances are unique.

You may have something specific you want to talk about – whether it be something that has happened in the past, a current situation, or worries about the future. It may be that you feel panicky, unsettled, unfocussed, lost or down. Or that you find it hard to express your feelings at all, and this is getting in the way of relationships and other parts of your life.

Starting a conversation with a friend, partner, family member or colleague can be difficult and a barrier to moving forward. It’s likely that you are looking for a counsellor because you want to understand yourself better and that you are ready for change.



I am a Manchester-based counsellor/psychotherapist offering 1-2-1 sessions with adults. I provide a highly confidential space for clients to talk through whatever issues they feel are impacting upon them, so that together we can find a way to make changes.

I am passionate about working with people to help them become fulfilled and healthy, and I feel confident that counselling changes lives. I am a warm and relational person, and believe an honest and straight-forward approach is the very best way to work through  problems. I have trained in both Person-centred counselling (Certificate level) and Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy (Advanced Diploma level), and these approaches support the view that everyone has the capacity to change, no matter how stuck or helpless they may feel.

I hold a certificate in 'Online and Telephone counselling' and am experienced with sessions over Zoom or Skype.

I am pleased to also offer outdoor 'walk and talk' therapy in Chorlton. Manchester. If you would like to find out more about what this involves, drop me a line for more detailed information.

If you would like to arrange an initial session, or ask a question, you are very welcome to get in touch using any of the methods detailed below.




You can contact me to book an initial appointment by phone or email, or via the contact form below. 

Whichever method you choose,

I will respond promptly.


Sessions last 1 hour. The cost is £26 for an initial session and £52 thereafter. 

Payments can be made in cash or card at the session, or by BACS.

Please note that sessions organised through EAP or employers are invoiced at £65 per hour.


Face-to-face sessions take place in a counselling room at the Chorlton Health Hub. Online sessions are via Zoom or Skype and walking therapy takes place along a flexible route around the Hardy Farm area of Chorlton.

If you wish to arrange an alternative location, due to mobility needs, please call and we can discuss whether this is a possibility.

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You are welcome to make contact by phone or email, or by completing the form below.

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