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about us

From a very young age I knew I wanted to be a psychologist, and I remain passionate about what I do. Hailing from Aotearoa, I completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Psychology and English at Otago University, New Zealand, followed by an Honours Degree in Psychology at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

I have been counselling for more than twelve years in a variety of settings; private, company, and schools. I have extensive experience working with both adolescents and adults, and enjoy drawing from a wide range of psychological approaches.

I have lived in New Zealand, Dublin, London, Melbourne and Singapore, having returned to New Zealand permanently in late 2017. My passion for different cultures, food, people and experiences, has given me the ability to relate to people from all walks of life, diverse cultures and backgrounds.

The psychology field is an exciting one. It is constantly evolving with new skills, approaches and research on offer. I am dedicated to ongoing professional development, staying abreast of research and participating in regular peer and professional supervision. This ensures my skills and knowledge remain up to date so I can deliver the best to my clients.

My Approach

During the first session, I will spend time getting to know you and what has brought you to counselling. We will then identify what the goals of therapy will be, and together, build a strong relationship in order to help you achieve these. I will take into consideration who you are as a person, what your needs are and tailor an individual approach.

I like to take a holistic approach to mental health and wellbeing, exploring lifestyle and health, as well as emotional factors. I aim to provide you with the tools to make positive changes, to tackle your issues through self discovery and reflection, and to feel more empowered. I strive to help people discover or reconnect with their passions, and support them to live life to the fullest, whilst being able to make room and cope with unpleasant emotions when they arise. After all, they are part of life.