About Me

Kettle On Counselling

In my career, I have worked with the elderly, young people, families and people with range of disabilities. I have supported my clients through trauma, grief and bereavement, illness, family dynamics, relationships, alcohol abuse, mental health to list a few.

I have experience with working alongside organisations such as The Princes Trust, Mind and the Salvation Army and built strong links within the community to various support projects with a focus on confidence building. I have also travelled and lived abroad providing respite and counselling to adolescent teenagers and women needing refuge.


I decided to become a counsellor having experienced a lot in my own life, as a single woman, as a mother, a wife and a grandmother. My experiences made me realise, how important it is to open up, and the have the ability to talk, freely vent frustrations and be listened too.

I follow a person-centred approached outlined by Carl Rogers