Sat on the Rocks


I’ve been providing counselling support for almost 20 years and specialise in grief, loss and bereavement and all the associated emotions that arise and potentially impact us as a result of this (anxiety, depression, low mood, anger, frustrations, confidence, trauma). 

I have worked with children as young as 5 and adults who have reached 95 and supported individuals, couples and groups in a range of locations.  

About 10 years ago aspects of my life and work led me into the in/fertility sector and alongside the bereavement and grief work which I continue to offer, I work with independent clinics, agencies, networks and consultants and am part of the team at the London Women’s Clinic , The Bridge Clinic, The London Egg Bankthe London Sperm Bank and Fertility Network UK as well as privately supporting individuals and couples from around the world through all elements of the fertility journey, including IVF, using or being a donor, using or being a surrogate and exploring the implications of the varying treatment options.

Whomever it is that comes to see me, and for whatever the reason, I like to work collaboratively, establishing in the first instance how I can be of help and then working together to achieve this. Be it exploring options, finding a way through the stuckness, discovering ways to become motivated or whatever else is challenging at the current time.

I have gained Senior Accreditation with the National Counselling Society and am also an accredited and active member of the British Infertility Counselling Association (BICA), write for the BICA journal and BIO News, and speak at various events through the year. 

All work is private and confidential