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Qualifications and Training 


MA Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, University of Roehampton (Distinction, 3 year BACP Accredited course)


Postgraduate Diploma Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling, University of Roehampton

Postgraduate Certificate Psychotherapy and Counselling, Regents University


BA Applied Psychology, University of Sussex (First-Class Honours,1995)


Awarded the AEB Examining Board Medal for Outstanding Achievement sponsored by Pfizer (1992)


Professional Memberships


British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy

The register is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care (accountable to Parliament).

British Psychological Society

British Psychological Society Media Action Group 

Information Commissioners Office (ICO)

Special interest: Lifespan psychology 

I have previously worked with young people in the charitable sector and older adults in long-term care. I have a particular interest in lifespan psychology - how we develop through changing relationships and experiences from infancy to old age. I passionately believe in the plasticity of the brain throughout life and that therapy can help to foster change at any point in our lives. I have worked with clients aged between 16 and 95 years old who have experienced specific developmental issues such as family conflict, mid-life struggles to managing end of life concerns. Others have more universal feelings of loneliness, low self-worth, shame and fear.  

Continuing Professional Development 

  • Compassion Focussed Therapy and Grief, The Compassionate Mind Foundation

  • Anxiety, Depression and CBT, University of Reading  

  • Working with Interpreters and Multilingualism in Therapy, The Pasalo Project 

  • Art Therapy with Young People, HYCS​

  • BACP accredited training in safeguarding, child protection, self-harm and suicide, HYCS​

  • Dissociative Disorders, PODS Training

  • Holistic Trauma, The Weekend University

  • Psychological First Aid: Supporting Children and Young People, UK Health Security Agency

  • Samaritans training and safeguarding​

  • The Use of Self in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, The Weekend University​​

  • Working with Adult Survivors of Child Abuse certified by NAPAC, accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) 

  • Working with LGBTQ+ Clients, Arc Therapy

  • Zero Suicide Alliance Training

  • CBT with Older Adults, University of East Anglia 

  • Mental Health First Aid, University of Roehampton

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My Approach
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'I couldn't have asked for a better therapist' (female client, 70s)

'For the first time I have been feeling amazing and I was able to sit

and complete tasks I couldn't do for a very long time and see myself

beautiful as a human. It can only take wonderful souls to work with

people at their lowest point in life. I can tell you now that I am very happy to face every morning with a smile.'

(female client, 40s)

'Absolutely A class. Louise has an uncanny ability to make you dive into your emotions to understand your feelings' 

(male client, 30s)

'Louise, you have made a difference to my life. I am extremely grateful to have met such a kind person. I hope you continue to touch the lives of those who need it the most' 

(female client, 20s)

'I was able to find my mind and trust myself again'

(female client, 40s)

'Louise was fantastic, attentive and always in tune with my emotional mood. She was probing but not pushy, and helped me see connections when I could not. Would thoroughly recommend her to anyone.'

(male client, 30s) 

'Louise listened to me patiently and did not impose her own views on me; rather, she guided me to answers and possibilities through my own reflections. I have learned a lot from her and feel like I have answers to the questions I came to her with and a wider set of tools to deal with the challenges I was facing. Thank you, Louise' 

(female client, 20s)

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