Although I focus on working with breast cancer patients, I can and do work with a variety of cancer patients. I also work with children and adults with a range of health concerns and any associated psychological conditions.

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I support people with





Life after 'C'


Pain management


Poor self-esteem

PTSD (trauma)

Relationship problems

Returning to work


Weight gain/loss

Types of Therapies

Click on each therapy for a full description

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing)

A form of psychotherapy used to weaken emotionally charged memories of past events, which may also be traumatic. This approach involves guided rapid eye movements and is particularly effective in treating PTSD.

CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

A solution-focused talking therapy. I’ll challenge your ‘irrational thoughts’ and break them down. CBT is a great way to change unwanted behaviours.

NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)

Using this approach I’ll help you to change your thought processes, behaviours and beliefs. Free yourself to be the person you really want to be.

EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)

A form of psychological acupressure closely related to traditional acupuncture. I use simple tapping to input kinetic energy onto specific meridians on the head and chest while you are invited to think about your specific problem area and voice positive affirmations.


An induced state of deep relaxation. During hypnosis, the rational part of the brain is temporarily bypassed making the subconscious part, which influences mental and physical functions, receptive to therapy.

Time-Line Therapy

Concerned with how we unconsciously store our memories and significant emotional events along a line from the past, through the present, to the future. I support the unconscious mind to detect the root cause of a negative emotion or limiting belief which can then be resolved on an unconscious level.


A simple form of meditation requiring you to focus your full attention on the present moment. You will come to experience that thoughts and feelings (including negative ones) are transient. It’s a practice of observation without criticism and being compassionate with yourself.

Don’t know where to start?

If you are unsure which approach or option best suits your needs, book your free DISCOVERY CALL  and find out how I can help you.