Do you suffer from?

  • Anxiety

  • Overwhelm

  • Depression

  • Stress

  • Relationship issues


If so counselling can help you

I understand that at times it may be hard talking to friends and family about how you feel. This may leave you feeling isolated, powerless and lonely.


Counselling provides a supportive, confidential, non-judgemental, safe environment to express yourself freely. I will work with you to help unpack and untangle your problems and provide you with new skills and insights to help you overcome these.

If you would like a free 15 minute phone consultation to talk further please text or call me on 0400 922 198. Or click on the button below.





Fees: counselling sessions cost $120 per hour and the number of sessions are up to the individual.

I use an integrated approach to support you, utilising a range of therapeutic modalities, depending on your situation and needs. I take the time to get to know you, assessing the best way to move forward.


My techniques include:

  • CBT  -  Cognitive Behaviour Therapy explores the way we think, act and feel to break the cycle of unhelpful or negative thoughts.

  • Person centred approach - working psychodynamically I explore issues you are facing and why you may feel the way you do. I work with you to help you move forward. 

  • Mindfulness - using grounding and breathing based techniques I can help you to calm the parasympathetic nervous system.

My Approach

About your counsellor

I am passionate about helping people and restoring hope back into their lives.  I am a licensed & qualified Counsellor and registered member of the ACA (Australian Counselling Association). 


Having completed my degree from Brighton University (BA Hons) I spent the majority of my career in Executive Search working for corporates sourcing senior executives across their businesses. Having moved to Australia 6 years ago with my husband and 3 children, I was keen to do something that resonated more with me, than just making people more money! 


Working as a volunteer at the Women’s Shelter in Manly and listening to their stories inspired me to want to help. As a result I took the decision to study and become qualified as a Counsellor and haven’t looked back since.


My aim is to help you uncover what is making you stressed, unhappy, anxious or depressed and to try to restore some relief and comfort.

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Why do walk and talk therapy?

  • By walking side by side it can feel less intimidating and less under the microscope. This more relaxed setting can help open up discussions that you may not feel comfortable talking about in a more traditional face to face environment.

  • It helps you become "unstuck", as your brain works in a different way with walking, allowing you to develop your E-motion. Kate Hays, PhD author of Working it Out: Using Exercise in Psychotherapy has incorporated sports psychology into her clinical practice for more than 2 decades backs this up citing how rhythmic exercise such as walking helps a patient get “unstuck” when confronting difficult issues, and create deeper ways of thinking often released by mood improving physical activity.

  • Benefits of biochemical effects of being active and the calming affects of being out in nature.

Walk & Talk Therapy