About Me

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Instagram – @autumn.counselling

Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling, Ad Dip Psy C.
Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

National Counselling Society.

I am a fully qualified counsellor holding an Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling.

My qualification is in Integrative counselling which although is anchored in the person-centred approach, uses a combination of different kinds of therapy so that a session can be tailored to the client’s individual needs and aims to balance the consideration of the past, present and future.

I believe in working alongside clients in a collaborative way to really help them feel heard and understood with what they want to bring into the counselling room. My aim as a counsellor is to give clients a quiet space to feel like they can simply be themselves with no expectations and to be able to feel and speak their true thoughts and feelings.

My special area of focus lies in supporting people who are going through a relationship break-up. You may be experiencing a rollercoaster of emotions such as sadness, anger, shame, anxiety or even relief and are looking for a space to understand and process those emotions. A heartbreak can deeply affect us, leaving it difficult to see the path ahead and counselling can give you a space that feels like the calm in the storm to explore how to support yourself to heal and move slowly forward.

What can Counselling support?

  • Greater self-esteem and self-compassion
  • Reduction in stress and anxiety
  • More self-awareness and self-acceptance
  • Increased motivation for positive change
  • Improved communication

My Counselling Experience

I am a firm believer that counselling can be an important and rewarding investment in yourself, giving you the space to talk freely and to really feel listened to, that your thoughts and feelings matter. This could support greater self-awareness and a client’s learning about who they are and what they want from their life.

I have sought counselling myself in the past and it supported me through some important life transitions helping me to gain acceptance, self-compassion, and a closure to move forward.

I have worked through feelings around anxiety and inner critic which held me back from being my authentic self. Through a combination of coaching and counselling, I have seen my confidence and self-esteem grow and the true ‘me’ shine through whilst all the unhelpful conditioning and limiting beliefs began to fall away.


Working through my experiences has led me to having more balance in my life, better boundaries, and a deeper understanding of myself. It also inspired me to becoming a counsellor and from the moment that I walked into my first lecture, I had a deep knowing that I was in the right place. I feel passionately that counselling has an important place in supporting people’s general wellbeing and emotional health. My hope for the future is that counselling becomes increasingly utilised by people as the ultimate way to support, empower and care for themselves.

My special area of focus lies in supporting people who are going through the painful experience of a relationship ending which is contributing to a rollercoaster of emotions. Maybe you feel like you’ve lost a piece of yourself within the break-up and it has affected your confidence and self-esteem. Counselling can give you an opportunity to talk things over with someone neutral and can create a space for stillness, reflection, and clarity.