There reaches a point in many people’s lives where they can feel emotionally stuck and unable to move forward or to see their path ahead.  Finding Ways provides our clients with a safe, non-judgemental and compassionate space to explore their deepest worries, or fears.  The therapist role primarily involves listening to you and helping you to explore any issues or experiences that are troubling you, so that you can start to find your own solutions to your concerns.


My integrative practice stems from a theoretical perspective that draws from different counselling approaches, including Person-centred and Psychodynamic approaches, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Where needed, a variety of coping strategies including relaxation techniques and guided meditation may be offered.  Creative tools are frequently used during therapy.


Finding Ways work with a range of issues (please enquire), including:


  • Loss and bereavement (also miscarriage);

  • Stress (including work related stress); depression, anxiety, low self-esteem;

  • Abuse (physical, sexual and psychological)

  • Trauma;

  • Self-harm, Relational problems;

  • Difficult or undesirable feelings.