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For students and
young adults

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This stage of life is usually characterised by lots of transitions, such as leaving school, leaving home, starting work or becoming a student. A part of you may feel excited to take on adult responsibilities and new expectations, develop more intimate relationships and explore future possibilities. A part of you may feel lost or overwhelmed. You may experience a lack of purpose or a feeling of pointlessness, as often happens during a time of change.  

I provide a confidential  and thoughtful space where individuals can talk freely about their situation and explore their thoughts and feelings.


I work with young adults who are aged 25 and under at the time of the initial meeting, and will continue meeting with over-25s that have already begun sessions. 

I am experienced in working with young adults who have a variety of difficulties, including:
  • Negative emotions 

  • Anxiety and stress 

  • Depression and low mood

  • Bereavement and loss

  • Difficult life choices

  • Social difficulties

  • Addiction and substance misuse

  • Issues around technology use

  • Student life and exam pressures

  • Issues around sexuality 


       It put a lot of weight off my mind because I was able to vocalise my thoughts and worries in a safe space.




  • Struggles with gender identity

  • Relationship problems

  • Low self-esteem

  • Difficulties around food and body image

  • Self-destructive and self-harming thoughts

  • Unwanted behaviour patterns

  • Trauma

  • Difficult life experiences

  • Feeling directionless, empty or isolated

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