I help LGBTQ+ people live their happiest lfe before, during and beyond
coming out.

I am a Counselling Psychologist specialising in LG8TQ+ mental health,
trauma and chronic pain.

Coming out can be a distressing experience. I’m here to help you heal from the distress often associated with coming out and to help you live your life, authentically as yourself.

LGBTQ+ psychologists can be difficult to find, so if you’re looking for an affirming therapist who provides LGBTQ+ support, you’ve found him! I provide therapy online to LGBTQ+ people all over the world.

EMDR Therapy

Although I am trained in several types of therapy, I am currently focusing my clinical practice on delivering EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing). This is a therapeutic approach drawing upon neuroscience to help you process traumatic experiences, both big and small.

This approach was initially developed to help people with PTSD, but there is a growing body of research literature to support its use with other challenges too. In EMDR we stimulate the left and right hemispheres of the brain, through bilateral stimulation to help you process distressing memories.This enables your brain to get those memories “unstuck”, something it is unable to do itself due to how traumatic memories get stored in our brains.

We work on your goals and expectations together. In our sessions, I will help you explore your identity and how to connect to the things that matter to you and find your truest expression of yourself.

I’ll help you identify patterns of behaviours that keep you stuck where you are. I’ll provide LGBTQ+ support in an affirming therapeutic way that emphasises your ability to move beyond your coming-out story.

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Coming out therapy

One-to-One EMDR Therapy

This treatment will deliver EMDR therapy over 1-2 sessions per week, ranging from 60-90 minute treatment sessions. This is often a good frequency that you can schedule around your other weekly commitments.

EMDR Therapy Intensive

This is a bespoke treatment, normally delivered over a couple of days. It will enable you to gain faster access to the benefits of EMDR therapy, and to reduce the distress associated with your presenting difficulties.

Frequently Asked Questions

I would like to start EMDR therapy. What are the next steps?

Please book in for an initial consultation to discuss what you would like support with.

I don’t want EMDR therapy, but would like to access therapy with you. Is there an alternative?

Although I am mainly focusing on delivering EMDR therapy, as a psychologist I’m trained in several different types of therapy. If you are not looking EMDR, but a different approach drop me and email and we can get a call set up to discuss your needs.

How many sessions will I need to attend?

The number of sessions will depend on the issues that you’re bringing to therapy. However, normally people will attend an average between 8 to 12 sessions of therapy.

I am already attending therapy with somebody else, can I still an attend therapy with you?

It is not advisable to be working with two therapists at the same time.

I need help with my medication. Can you help me with this?

I am not able to prescribe medication, but I can help you in accessing support from your health care provider around this.

Is it normal to be feeling anxious about therapy?

This is really common, and I hear this a lot from the clients I work with, so you are not alone in this experience. 

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When I was a kid, my family and I would go to the beach every summer. We would park our car and walk down to the ocean. My parents would leave me and my siblings in the car while they ran into the water. I would sit in the car, staring out the window at the ocean. Every now and then, I would see a naked man walking down the beach. I would get so excited, I would have to take my pants off and go down to the beach. I would run to the ocean and jump in, feeling the cool water on my skin. I would then watch as my parents walked back to the car, embarrassed but happy that I was enjoying myself.