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"I believe you can see everything there is to see when you pay acute attention to the way people express themselves and communicate with others."

"I believe you can see everything there is to see when you pay acute attention to the way people express themselves and communicate with others."

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I’m a holistic Counsellor and Sexologist. With degrees in Philosophy, Art and Sexology, my passion is bringing a varied and unique skill set to my therapeutic practice and education programs.

How did I get here? I’ll be honest, it was entirely unplanned.

From a young age I have been a curious truth-seeker and challenger of norms. I can remember feeling as though I didn’t ‘fit in’ growing up and that it was somehow a bad thing.
What I now realise is that ‘fitting in’ is as necessary to our existence as finding what makes us unique. It’s achieving a realisation of the delicate balance between the two that creates a solid foundation for our self-awareness and acceptance.

‘And the sex stuff?’ I hear you ask. Studying human sexuality was one of the most rewarding things I have ever done. It is something I continue to do daily in my professional work. We cannot separate the sexual and asexual.

So often considered in dichotomy, these two aspects of our human-ness are actually delicately interwoven.

So much of our confusion and suffering comes from the social pressure to see ourselves in polarities; good or bad, gay or straight, sexual or non-sexual, happy or sad. The path to our healing comes when we realise all our polarities can exist within us. We also have the power to teach our young people this before they reach a point where they too struggle to find inner peace and acceptance.

This is how I live my life and inform my professional work. I am a critical thinker with an open mind and an empathetic heart. I have a fierce passion to support individuals who are delving deeper into personal development as well as educate and empower our youth.


A Sexologist is someone who has studied Human Sexuality and shares this knowledge in way to help people work through issues pertaining to sexuality and sexual interaction.
Areas or particular focus are; sexuality and gender concerns, sexual health and education needs, social ethics and diversity, intimacy and pleasure, sexual connection with the self and others.

Yes and no. My counselling practise is informed by person centred therapy and a psychodynamic approach. For those wishing to delve deeper into understanding their underlying behaviour patterns and how to make changes in their lives, my approach is empowering and enlightening. I couple this together with my sexuality work when and if people wish to address issues within their sex lives.

I believe our sexuality is connected to how we see the world on such a fundamental level that my unique skill sets complement each other. I work closely with every individual that comes to me, carefully responding to their needs. This means, that if you’d rather not delve into sexuality work at first (or ever) that’s ok. We can still achieve so much together with Counselling.

Head to my contact page and send me a message. I like to take the time to talk with each person to find out what they are hoping to achieve. That way I can give a clear idea of how I think I can help.

If it’s speaking, podcasts or education programs you’re interested in, contact for booking is the same. Write me a message and I’ll always get back to you with as much information as I can to see how we can work together.

Absolutely. I work closely with schools and organisations to address their needs and share my content, so everyone is on the same page. I am passionate about honest and upfront education and information and weave this into a format, structure and approach that aligns with the school/organisations values.

I have engaged in a lot of professional development and education to inform my practice. I am a cis-gendered female and acknowledge that my lived experience is very different to many of my clients. I consider myself an ally to marginalised sexual and gender groups and provide an inclusive therapeutic and program facilitation approach. I also acknowledge the time and space it takes to grow, learn and receive feedback on how I can always improve my inclusivity.

I have worked with many people who are struggling with gender and sexual identity as well as questioning the social pressures on the way they identify and behave in their relationships and sexuality. If you feel the calling to work with me, I invite you to reach out; together we can navigate the best approach for your individual needs.

Of course. I offer access to my services via Zoom. I have conducted many one-to-one sessions via video call. As well as this, I have also facilitated professional development workshops and group programs via video call. Get in touch to find out more about how we can work together online.

"I believe you can see everything there is to see when you pay acute attention to the way people express themselves and communicate with others."