I strongly believe that the client knows themselves best, therefore I listen not to diagnose, but to understand you and how you came to be. I appreciate everyone wants to be happy, but the idea of happiness will look different to everyone - to some, it may be having better relationships with their loved ones, to others, it may be excelling at their career, and others may want to have a better relationship with themselves. Together, we can work through the barriers like anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders, or anything else. Whatever it is that your happiness looks like, I want to help you get there.

I am a BACP registered Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist, offering in person, online and phone sessions. I don't believe in a ‘one size fits all’ system therefore I offer a bespoke approach to therapy, meaning I tailor the therapy to fit your needs. While I have extensive experience working with many presenting issues, my particular interest is around eating disorders and body image issues.

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About me

My qualifications

Master of Science

in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at the university of Derby. Completed with a distinction.

Seminars and workshops

I am also continuously undertaking various professional development seminars and workshops, as I believe that the world of science is continuously changing and I like to keep myself updated with new treatments, new approaches and new ways of understanding the human mind.

Bachelor of Science

in Psychology at the university of Derby. Completed with 1st class honours and an additional award.

My background

My name might have you guessing where I am from - I was born in Lithuania, and I lived there for the first 18 years of my life. I moved to England at the age of 18, and have lived here ever since.

At first, I worked various jobs (from potato picking to the fashion industry!) for several years, but I have always felt that my true passion was to work with people in a helping capacity. I started my first degree in Psychology and began working with individuals with learning disabilities, where I supported them with their medication and helped them integrate into the community. During this degree, I also worked with homeless individuals, providing 1-1 support around self-harm, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and depression.

Once I completed my Psychology degree with 1st class honours and an additional award, I decided to further my career and I started a BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) approved Master’s degree in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, which I have since completed with a distinction. During this time, I started working privately with various age groups, albeit most of my client’s are over 16. I work with various presenting issues from depression, self-harm, anxiety and eating disorders, to addictions and personality disorders to name a few. I have continued working privately since then.