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"Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt."

- William Shakespeare

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My interest in mental health and counselling started during my own journey to wellness. I found along the way that I was fascinated with how the brain develops and functions. Before becoming a Cognitive Behaviour therapist, I worked as a meditation and breath work teacher. I also trained and worked as a Reiki practitioner.

I have experience working as a counsellor with large charities, likes Well-Being Scotland, where I worked with a wide range of people and difficulties.

I value respect, empathy and honesty in my life and in my practice. These values are the building blocks of creating bonds with others in life. And in counselling, they nurture the very important therapeutic bond.

I am also a very creative person, I love working with my hands and creating art mainly in the form of jewellery. 



I am a qualified CBT therapist. I have a deep passion to help others with their mental health and wellbeing. I studied at The Centre Of Therapy in Edinburgh, where I trained as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and gained a SQFC level 10 (honours degree) diploma in counselling & group work.

I am a registered member with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), and my practice is overseen by the BACP's code of ethics to ensure that it adheres to professional counselling standards.

I bring warmth and empathy to every session while providing a non-judgemental environment for my clients to talk and explore their thoughts, behaviours and emotions.

believe in a client-centered approach to counselling. This means that I work collaboratively with you to create a treatment plan that meets your unique needs and goals. We draw on a range of evidence-based therapeutic modalities, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, compassion-focused therapy, and mindfulness-based therapy, to help you achieve your desired outcomes.


I have experience in helping individuals with a variety of issues, like:

- depression
- relationship difficulties
life transitions
- anger management

difficulties with self-esteem
- stress management
domestic and sexual abuse
- spirituality
grief, loss, or bereavement

Book A FREE Intro Call

Book a zero obligation intro call.

In the intro call you can tell me a little bit about yourself and what has brought you to seek therapy.

It's also an opportunity to see if we are a good fit.

Please get in touch by filling in the contact form to organize your free 15 min phone call.

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How It Works


 A Quiet Room By the Shore 

Initial assessment: £55 for 50 mins
The first session will be an initial assessment where we will explore your presenting issue and symptoms in-depth, along with what your goals for therapy are.

Counselling Sessions: £55 for 50 mins
After the Initial assessment appointment, we begin to work together to explore your life and symptoms in a collaborative manner to build the proper treatment plan.

Currently I see clients on a weekly basis at the same time each week. I work face to face out of A Quiet Room by The Shore in 

Availability:    Wednesday    9am - 5pm (Online only)
                    Thursdays      12pm - 8pm (Online or Face to Face)
                    Fridays           9am - 5pm (Online or Face to Face)

I reserve limited concession slots for low income, students, and key workers.  Concession spaces are currently full.


12D Timber Bush, Leith
Edinburgh, Eh6 6QH

07512 837924

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