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1-2-1 Support

If you would like to talk to me about your spiritual crisis, spiritual emergency, or spiritually transformative experience, please feel free to contact me.


I currently offer one-off 1-2-1 sessions online via Zoom. Unfortunately, due to my workload, I am not currently able to offer weekly sessions for ongoing or in-depth support. If you are looking for a therapist to work with long-term please see the list of therapist directories at the bottom of this page.

The video below is of me being interviewed by Emma Bragdon of IMHU about my training and work as a Spiritual Emergence Coach.

Counselling and 1-2-1 Sessions

A Safe Space - I am available to listen to you and to offer any advice or information that I think you may find helpful.

Signposting - I can refer you to further sources of support, such as therapists, organisations, and peer-support groups.

Confidentiality - I keep the content of sessions confidential. The only exception to this rule is any information about money laundering, a planned act of terrorism, or immediate risk of harm to a child or vulnerable adult.

Availability- Please see the calendar on th Contact Form for my availability.

Time - Sessions last for about an hour. I have an open-door policy so you can contact me for another chat anytime.

Cost - I currently offer sessions for free, although you can make a donation if you would like to.



Please feel free to check my 1-2-1 availability and get in-touch using the Contact Form on this website.

Therapist Directories

The following websites list therapists who accept and understand the importance of spirituality and spiritual experiences in the lives of their clients.

American Center for the Integration of Spiritually Transformative Experiences (U.S.)
Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy Education (U.K.)
The Counselling Directory (U.K. includes Psychosynthesis Therapists and Transpersonal Psychotherapists)
Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology and Mental Health (Germany)
Karuna Institute (U.K.)
The Highly Sensitive Person (U.S.)
The Institute of Psychosynthesis (U.K.)
Integrative Mental Health University (International)
The Psychosynthesis Trust (U.K.)

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