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About me

I am a qualified counsellor with an international background. I am an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

How I work

I define myself as "an integrative counsellor, with a grounding in the humanistic school of therapy." That's a lot of jargon (!), so if you would like to know more about what that means, please visit my FAQ page.


In reality, what being an integrative-humanistic counsellor means is that I pull on various models of counselling and a variety of techniques to help my clients. Fundamentally, I believe that every person has the inner resources to find their own answers, and that sometimes talking things through with someone else can help provide clarity.


I aim to provide a safe and trusting space where you feel comfortable speaking about things that might be hard. I do this by listening to how you feel, exploring what is going on in your life (past and present), helping you understand yourself better, and working with you to identify a way forward.

Please see the BACP's Our Commitment to Clients for more information on the values and ethics that underpin my work with clients.

What I can help you with


I hope to support you in addressing issues such as:

  • Anxiety

  • Low mood

  • Depression

  • Stress

  • ​Past / unresolved traumas or difficulties

  • Self-esteem issues

  • Confidence issues

  • Loss or bereavement

  • Relationship difficulties

  • Life changes (e.g. a new job or relocation)

This list is not exhaustive, and I will do my best to help you explore anything you wish to talk about in our sessions. 


If we do end up meeting regularly, I will provide a contract for us both to sign, which outlines how we will work together. Click here to read the contract I currently use with clients.

Counselling experience

Prior to setting up in private practice, I worked at a GP surgery as part of my counselling training, and I previously volunteered as a counsellor for MIND CPSL.

My background

I am originally from Sweden, and spent my childhood and early adulthood living in Europe, before settling in Cambridge.


As well as my counselling qualifications, I also hold a degree in English and German from Warwick University, and an MPhil from the University of Cambridge. I speak Swedish and English and have a good understanding of German.

"I want to help you understand, accept and believe in yourself, so you can live a rich and fulfilling life in line with your values."

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I hold a Level 4 Diploma in Counselling Skills, and have completed additional courses on topics such as anxiety and depression,
eating disorders, self-harm and suicide, and online counselling.

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