I also provide counselling for individuals and some of my relevant experience is listed below:

  • I have provided individual therapy to students at Hull University, U.K.
  • 13 years’ experience as a counsellor in residential addiction rehabs in UK; South Africa; Thailand and Malaysia
  • Vast experience of working with clients in active addiction; early, mid and long-term recovery – alcohol; drugs; prescription drugs; gambling; sex addiction (including porn; chat rooms; telephone sex; paying for sex); internet gaming addiction; codependency; overeating; shopping addiction; comfort eating; binge eating; bulimia
  • Experience of various ways of working with alcohol/drug use, including harm minimisation; moderation and abstinence
  • Significant experience of working with mental (ill) health
  • Trauma work
  • I have conducted degree level research into male gender issues in therapy
  • Significant experience of cultural issues having travelled/worked extensively in various countries in Africa/Asia and the EU.
  • I have worked with clients who follow various religions including many Muslims; Buddhist; Christian; Jewish, Hindu and Atheists and Agnostics
  • Multiple years of experience helping people having relationship issues
  • Experience of helping with financial difficulties
  • Significant experience helping people with the consequences of criminal activity
  • Worked with ex-prisoners
  • Worked with many victims and perpetrators of violence
  • Anxiety
  • Relationship issues
  • Childhood issues
  • Depression
  • Making lifestyle changes
  • Why attend Couples Counselling?
  • There are many reasons that a couple attend counselling. Some of the most common reasons partners attend couples counselling are:
  • Addictions – Poor communication
  • Conflict – Affairs
  • Trust issues – Anger
  • Anxiety – Stress
  • Commitment issues -Starting a family
  • Illness – Separation
  • Divorce – Bereavement
  • Family dilemmas – Financial stress