About Gill

Do you feel overwhelmed, living with feeling of sad, anxiety, depression, social anxiety, grief or trauma?

Struggling to live in the here and now? 

I represent my business name and I will take the first step with you and every step after this whilst you are on your journey. Reaching out to seek support is the first step to making sense of your thoughts or feelings or are ready to make changes to your life.

If you have any questions, or require any further information about me please, call, email or even what's app. I have an Instagram and Facebook page that are also ways to contact. I just want you to know I am here and ready for you.



Gill's Rates


£30.00 (Individual)


£30.00 (Individual)

Get to Know Gill

Why did you choose to become a therapist?

I decided to become a therapist to help others. I have always wanted to help others and I have now found away to do this without rescuing them but instead equipping them with the tools they need to continue to grow to reach their full potential.

Why do you think integrative therapy is the most effective form of therapy?

Integrative therapy is the most effective counselling practice. As it allows the counsellor to have a large tool kit of strategies when working with clients, to be able to provide an individual service for each client based on their needs and the changes their journey may take them on.

How would you describe your therapy session & approach?

I am calm and friendly within sessions, I offer true core conditions throughout to ensure the client has support on their journey. I will go above and beyond for my clients. I will challenge clients to allow them to open up and explore for them to truly look at themselves and their core beliefs in a safe environment. But I also know when not to challenge and allow the client to explore on their own terms.

What are your Top 3 professional achievements so far?

1) Helping people regain confidence in themselves after surviving cancer 2)Building strong counsellor/client therapeutic relationships 3)Recognising my own journey and being confident to share with others, if this enhances the therapeutic relationship