As a psychotherapist specialising in self-confidence, I help you transform the issues that underlie low self-confidence, so you can be more you, and do the things you really want to do.

Confidence to be more you.

Many of our struggles are rooted in not being able to be our full selves. Messages from the culture or our family of origin about who and what we should be can cramp the expression of who we really are. Troubling experiences in our past can also make it difficult to know and express our diverse nature.

Problems are problems, and they are invitations to greater awareness and wholeness.

Confidence to turn ideas into actions.

If the gap between your dream and your reality is too wide to cross on your own, I’m here to help.

Maybe you want to speak in public, make new friends, ask for a pay rise, start a business or charity, go travelling, change careers, have a difficult conversation, write a book or a blog, learn a new language, go back to school, start or leave a relationship, go to the movies on your own, change the world or change a tire…or maybe you just want feel more relaxed, competent and connected.

On this site you’ll find resources, services and programs dedicated to helping you be more you, and do the things you want to do.

Our work together helps you develop the awareness, insight and skills you need to develop an authentic and accessible confidence that's meaningful to you.

Get in touch to schedule a free 20-minute phone consultation. You can tell me a bit about what’s going on for you and I can answer questions you might have about how I work. From there we can book a first session if that feels right.

You can book the free consult directly into my calendar here and I’ll call you at the time you’ve selected.

Alternately you can call, email or use the contact form on the right to arrange a 20-minute consult or book a session.

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