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About IdentifyU

I developed IdentifyU to help people understand why overthinking takes place and how it can create anxiety, fear and disconnect from self and others. We can go through life never knowing who we really are, shaping ourselves to be who we think people want us to be. Anxiety can stem from hiding our true self for fear of judgement and being misunderstood. Counselling and wellbeing support can really help you to re-connect with yourself and identify who you are. Identification can help release those anxieties and complex thoughts. IdentifyU to release your own self-judgement. I can help you to find clarity, focus and sense of awareness in understanding self. Wellness support is aimed at raising self-esteem and body confidence.

I am qualifed Person Centred Counsellor and registered member of the BACP. I adhere by their Ethical Framework and respect your autonomy at all times. Our work together is confidential and I practice within GDPR regulations. I am an ILM accredited Coach and work within the boundaries set by this accreditation.

I am experienced in supporting clients with anxiety, PTSD, Aspergers, ADHD, Dyslexia and confidence issues, body image, depression, transgender, eating disorders and many other presenting issues. I have experience in supporting students with specific learning difficulties and mental health issues.


I have a working knowledge and am experienced in working creatively with young adults age 14 and above. I am a qualified creative practitioner and have previously worked  as a sessional tutor delivering creative workshops with art based methods. I use my creative knowledge when working with clients and art can be used as a mechanism to facilitate change.

Qualifications and CPD Training

  • Level 4 Diploma in Person Centred Counselling

  • ILM Level 3 Coaching

  • PTLLS Level 3 Training

  • Reiki Master/ Teacher 

  • Clinical Weight Loss Coaching Diploma

  • Shamanic Reiki Diploma

  • Colour Therapy Diploma

  • Indian Head Massage Diploma

  • Child Protection in Schools (NSPCC)

  • Mental Health First  Aid Training

  • Managing and understanding Anxiety

  • Eating Disorders

  • Working Creatively with Young Adults

  • Working with Anger

  • Addictions Recovery

  • Young Addactions

  • Self-Harm

  • Rape and Sexual Abuse

  • Gender ID

  • Transgender Awareness

  • Supporting clients with disabilities

  • Autism Awareness and the SPELL Framework

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