About Us


An Integrative psychotherapist trained in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Attachment Theory (AT) and Person-Centred Therapy (PCT).  A member of the BACP with an undergraduate degree in psychology along with an MSc (Dis) in Psychotherapy. As well as a Psychotherapist & Couples Therapist, I have over eighteen years’ experience in the Wellbeing industry as a Yoga teacher, Massage therapist, Personal Development Coach, Mindfulness, Hypnotherapist & NLP. I utilise my wide range of professional training and skills to support clients through a blended approach to healing and growth. Supporting clients to manage and overcome trauma, anxiety, OCD, depression, relationship problems, anger issues, abuse, stress-related issues, low self-esteem and more. Thank you for reaching out and my team and I look forward to supporting you every step of the way towards positive change.


Sometimes it’s really hard to make the first step. Finding solution or working through struggles can be difficult, especially alone. It could be trauma, shame, or guilt that make it almost impossible to get out of that dark place or overcome the numbness. Talking therapy is an evidence-based scientific approach that helps people get through their difficulties, strengthening resilience, gaining understanding and raising awareness to see solutions and healthier ways of coping. I invite you to experience feeling better and more able to change your life around, let’s talk!

As a bilingual cultural-sensitive counselling therapist, I’m able to work in English and Hungarian.

As an integrative therapist, I offer clients a safe space to explore and work on any psychological issue. Together we will explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviour patters as well as, identifying triggers and discovering attachment styles to develop a deep understanding of the true self’s needs and wants.


Every person has a story which deeply matters, involving what has happened to us in our lives, what our dreams for the future are, and who we really are inside. Often, we hide any anxious, angry, shameful, or frightened parts of ourselves, as we fear they are unacceptable. In therapy I offer a non-judgemental, empathic space for your story to be heard and to explore all the parts of yourself, growing in self-understanding and accessing your inner strengths and resources. I believe each person needs to be understood and accepted, and also has within them the capacity for hope, growth and change

I am an integrative therapist, trained in person-centred therapy (PCT), cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), pluralistic psychotherapy and psychodynamic therapy, and with a particular interest in self-compassion. 

I have experience in working with a range of issues including anxiety, depression, trauma, relational difficulties, bereavement, shame and infertility. I aim to work with each client as an individual, helping them to see the positive changes they hope for.

Hannah M

As a counsellor, I work by integrating concepts from both psychodynamic and person centred models. I explore past experiences and relationships to relate to patterns of behaviour and reactions that have come about in the present day. 

I work with you, the client, at the focus of what we do, setting your own pace and working over a period of time that suits you, whether long term or short term depending upon your goals. 

I step foot into your world and offer you an empathic, non–judgemental space for you to explore what’s brought you to counselling and work towards freeing you up to make more healthy relational choices going forward.

Whilst I have a specific interest in trauma work and having obtained some specialised training in the area of bereavement, I’ve also had the opportunity to work with a whole range of issues that have been problematic to people in the past and so whatever it is that you would like to explore and process, I look forward to continuing to work with a diverse range of issues in the future.


Hello, I’m Becca, a BACP registered therapist. Whether you’re dealing with anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, or simply aiming to enhance self-esteem, I provide tailored support. My diverse training allows me to blend therapeutic approaches to address your unique needs. Together, we’ll explore the connection between thoughts, behaviors, feelings, and physical sensations. I emphasise the impact of relationships on life and help you discover your authentic identity. Your journey is guided by your pace, and I’ll never push you beyond your readiness. Instead of giving advice, we’ll collaborate to find personalized solutions. Rest assured, I adhere strictly to BACP therapy and ethics guidelines.


Having gained a Post Graduate Diploma in integrative psychotherapist at Derby University. I now work with a broad range of clients, integrating Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Attachment Theory and Person-Centred Therapy. This rich and diverse approach links your past experiences and relationships with present-day thoughts, feelings and behaviours acknowledging throughout that you are your life’s own expert. My experience spans over 20 years in healthcare and public health settings supporting individuals in both primary and secondary care, providing health education and behavioural change support. I offer a non-judgemental, calm space in which you can explore your therapeutic needs.

I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and bound by their code of ethics in my practice. I also work closely with my clinical supervisor to support my clients to the best of my ability.


I am a qualified therapist holding an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, backed by extensive experience in assisting clients dealing with diverse challenges. As a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), I adhere to high professional standards.

My therapeutic approach integrates principles from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Attachment Theory (AT), and the Person-Centred Approach (PCA). This unique blend allows me to customise our therapeutic collaboration to align with your specific needs, objectives, and preferences. I recognise the significance of fostering a sense of value, understanding, and attentive listening, striving to provide a comfortable, secure, non-judgmental, and confidential space for exploration, processing, and comprehension of the issues prompting your journey to therapy.

At the core of my practice is a client-led philosophy, where I defer to your expertise as the author of your own narrative. Whether you come with a clear objective or are uncertain about your desires and requirements, I eagerly anticipate working together to facilitate effective change and self-discovery on your path to wellness.

Hannah R

I’ve been working in a therapeutic career since 2009, beginning my journey in the Prison service working with prisoners in rehabilitation. It was this work and experience that helped me make the decision to retrain as a Psychotherapist. 

I am a qualified Integrative Psychotherapist focusing on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Attachment theory and person centred therapy. Using these theories allows me to work with my clients with flexibility, understanding and warmth. It’s important to create a safe environment for my clients to explore their concerns and emotions and to help them feel safe to make changes. I aim for informal, warm, and comfortable setting. 


I am an integrative Counsellor/Psychotherapist in my second year of training at the University of Derby. In addition to my current Master Level training, I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Psychological Sciences.

My work with clients involves integrating Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Attachment Theory and Person-Centred Therapy. However, the one ideology that guides my therapeutic approach is that I am human engaging with another human. Regardless of what is being discussed in the therapy room, I provide clients with a non-judgemental and empathetic space, making room for difficult emotions, unmet needs, existential distress or relational difficulties. I work with people across different backgrounds and presentations. I am also interested in working with neurodiverse clients, finding different ways to individualise therapeutic approaches to fit neurodiversity or clients’ unique needs.

As a student member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), I adhere strictly to the association’s professional standards and ethical guidelines. I look forward to walking with you on your path.


Hi, I’m Robyn, a trainee integrative psychotherapist registered member of the UKCP working towards an MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy at the Sherwood Psychotherapy Institute.

I blend different psychotherapeutic approaches ranging from humanistic to psychodynamic to suit client’s individual needs. I work from a relational developmental lens as the relationships and experiences in childhood shape the quality of our adult life, expectations and relationships.

My Psychotherapy skills are enhanced further through eight years’ worth of skills and expertise from working as a registered Mental Health Nurse and supporting people with a range of mental health difficulties including depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, self-harm, trauma and OCD.

I believe that embarking on a therapeutic journey is a courageous step towards positive change. I aim to help you explore your inner world, gain clarity, and work towards a more meaningful life. Together, we can create a path towards greater well-being and fulfilment.