Tell us a little about yourself...
Having grown up in a vibrant and diverse market community in South London and surrounded by people from all walks of life, I’ve always seen that life is ‘real’ so I wanted to choose a profession that helps me to continue connecting with people. I’ve dealt with a lot of my own struggles in life by myself and had many of those real life experiences; in return this has helped me to become a more experienced Counsellor and professional Life Coach, which has given me an invaluable perspective on Life. Of course everyone is different and has their own personal challenges and everyone’s challenges are unique to them. I am here to offer you a confidential relaxed space in leafy Surrey, via telephone or over the internet, where I am able to listen to you in a non-judgemental way and be real.
What services do you offer people living with cancer?
As well as a volunteering for Macmillan, I also run my own counselling Private Practice. With the current circumstances, I'm offering online and telephone counselling to anyone who comes into contact with Cancer, being patients, members of the family, friends etc. Working with Macmillan, I've had first-hand experience and I'm also in touch with the NHS and working with their patients. My training is constantly up to date and I'm a registered member of the BACP.
How are you funded?
The services that I offer through Macmillan are free, but as I am currently not funded, I do charge for anyone who comes through private practice but the first consultation is free and fees can be negotiable based on needs and requirements.