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About me

Alison, smiling at her black Labrador, who has jumped up.

I am a person-centred experiential psychotherapist, what this means is that I believe that everyone is capable of positive and lasting change, no matter how hidden that may seem at the moment.

I believe that each person is completely unique and we each process what happens to us in our own way. I will seek to understand your experience and how and why you feel things that you do. 

My experience covers a wide range of mental health and emotional difficulties including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, self harm, disordered eating, trauma and abuse.

I will offer you a confidential space where I hope you will feel safe to explore what is happening for you.

I have a particular interest in supporting Neurodivergent clients. As well as family experience of Neurodivergence, I am a qualified Executive Function coach.  


I aim to offer an accepting and affirming space for you to explore what it means to be your authentic self as well as developing strategies to improve emotional regulation and manage traits.

I want the therapy space to be as inclusive and accessible as possible, so please let me know of any needs you may have.

Postcard saying "Grow your own way" on desk next to laptop keyboard
Alison typing into laptop

I work according to the BACP  ethical framework and have an enhanced DBS check.


BA (Hons) Theology


MA (Distinction) in Person Centred Experiential Counselling Psychotherapy Practice

TA 101

Executive Function Coaching

Alongside my private practice, I am a counsellor for a charity which supports Neurodivergent people and their families.  


I also train student counsellors .

If you think you might be interested in working together, please contact me for a free 30 minute video call.

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