I’m a psychodynamic counsellor and psychotherapist. I have worked as a mental health nurse with people experiencing mental health and addiction problems for over 20 years in NHS hospitals, prisons, supported accommodation and nursing homes.
I have worked with people experiencing relationship difficulties, personality disorder, depression and anxiety, grief & bereavement, childhood trauma and neglect, problem drinking, drug use and many other emotional or relational issues. Please get in touch if you’d like to discuss an initial appointment.
Part of my caseload is reserved for people who cannot afford private therapy, they pay me a donation for each session. If you’d like to support one of my donation clients, please get in touch – £40 pays for one session, £80 funds two sessions and £160 funds a client for a month. Any other contribution amount, which part-funds a session, would also be welcome.
1996 – Diploma in Nursing (mental health), Stirling University, Highland & Islands Campus, Inverness.
2009 – CBA in management of addiction services, Glasgow University.
2011 – Masters of Research (health), Stirling University.
2019 – Post Graduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling and Human Relations, Human Development Scotland, Glasgow
My practice is based at 27 Woodside Place in the Park/Charing Cross area of Glasgow. There are many bus routes within a couple of minutes walk from the consulting room. We are five minutes walk from Charing Cross station and about ten from St George’s Cross subway. There is also ample on street parking at reasonable cost.