What areas of psychological help do I provide?
  • Adult Mental Health Care 

  • Stress Management

  • Depression

  • GAD (Generalised Anxiety Disorder)

  • Panic Disorder

  • Specific Phobias

  • OCD (Obsessive – Compulsive Disorder)

  • Health Anxiety

  • Social Anxiety

  • Trauma/PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

  • Sleep Problems

  • Self-Esteem Issues

  • Eating disorders

  • Relationship issues

  • Bereavement

  • Assertiveness

When and where?

MONDAY:                                      14.00 - 18.00

(online via Zoom or telephone)

FRIDAY:                                          14.00 - 18.00

(online via  Zoom or telephone)

SATURDAY:                                 12.00 - 18.00

Face to face, BRISTOL Redcliffe   


The Bristol Talking Therapy Rooms
3 Redcliffe Parade East
Bristol, UK

  • On foot: The therapy rooms are opposite the St Mary Redcliffe Church, between Mercure hotel and Colosseum pub. 

  • By car: Parking Redcliffe Parade Car Park – opposite.

  • By bus: Nearest bus stop: Redcliffe Hill.

  • By train: 10-15-minute walk from the Temple Meads train station. 

What can I expect?

Empathy and understanding from your therapist,
Safe space to discuss what you are experiencing,
You will have a chance to look inside yourself and reflect,
Your will get answers for troubling questions,
You will learn effective coping techniques, 

What is the cost?

Cost £ 70 for session (approx. 55 - 60 minutes).

Who could benefit from psychological help? 

Anyone who would like to:
- talk about what is happening in their life, 
- talk about how they feel and think, 
- understand themselves better,
- talk to someone objective,
- be listened to and understood. 
- ask questions about issues that are difficult to discuss with friends or family, 
- to deal with emotions such as sadness, anger, fear and anxiety, 

How does CBT work?

CBT has a structure, requires goals and treatment plan,
It will help you observe and change your negative thoughts,
It focuses on the “here and now”,
It is solution focused, 
It is collaborative,
It uses techniques, strategies and exercises, 

How does EMDR work?

Helps with processing memories of traumatic events in your life, 
Works on images or body sensations that you might feel “stuck” with,
Helps to create new associations in your brain so your memories become less vivid and less intense, 
Uses eye movements (bilateral stimulation) to create new neural connections,

What if I need to cancel my session?

If you can no longer attend please make sure you cancel your session at least 48 hours before so someone else can use this time. Otherwise I will ask for a full payment. 

How can I pay?

I only accept payment by bank transfer. To secure your booking, please make payment 48 hours before the session. 

Is it confidential?

Everything that we talk about is confidential and stays between the client and the therapist, unless someone’s life or health is danger or you disclose criminal activity. I have a duty of care and if anyone is at risk, I will have to pass this on to your GP, social services, the police etc. 

How long and how frequent are the sessions?

Each session usually lasts 55 - 60 minutes. The sessions happen every week or every other week, usually at the same time.