After completing my degree in Psychology, I taught English in South Korea which sparked my interest in how the society and culture we live in shapes our values and meaning we foster. After returning to Scotland, I worked therapeutically in various settings within NHS and mental health organisations. Through this work, I deepened my values and passions and have since achieved SCOTACS Diploma in Counselling and Group Work – a Cognitive Behavioural Approach, becoming a qualified counsellor. I have attended additional CPD training in compassion-focused therapy allowing me to weave these practices into my counselling.
I feel very passionately about counselling and feel deeply privileged to be able to work alongside clients. For me, the power of counselling lies in that it allows us to develop a deeper awareness of ourselves, allowing us to take more control in the choices we make, enabling us to live more authentically with a deeper sense of contentment. I believe counselling is a valuable investment which is empowering, freeing and can be life changing.
Information about my practice
- Registered member of COSCA (Counselling and Psychotherapy Scotland) and adhere to their code of ethics (Membership 4794)
- Insured through Protectivity and hold a PVG
- Registered ICO member and comply to GDPR policies to protect your personal data
- Receive professional support through regular clinical supervision and personal counselling.