Adults & Adolescents
MA in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy
BA in Applied Psychology
Louise is an experienced and highly compassionate BACP registered psychotherapist and counsellor with a profound understanding of human suffering.
She is an integrative therapist, which means that she draws on a number of different approaches based on your individual needs.
Louise has worked within the field of science communication for over 20 years and believes that therapy is an art and a science. She has undertaken additional training in counselling young people and worked with many clients experiencing self-harm, bullying, perfectionism and struggles with their identity. She has a particular interest in lifespan psychology including work/life balance, end of life and bereavement counselling and is a former carer and Samaritan.
In her previous career, Louise produced Professor Robert Winston’s BBC psychology documentary series, Child of Our Time, documenting the lives of 25 children and their families from birth to adolescence.
Louise believes that the therapeutic relationship is unlike any other. She understands that the process of sharing feelings with someone so attuned to your unique history, relationships and needs can help make sense of struggles which might otherwise be confusing or overwhelming. This process can help to resolve specific difficulties as well as more intangible feelings that something just doesn't feel 'right'.
If you are seeking skilled emotional and psychological support, Louise offers a warm and collaborative approach towards meaningful change.
Louise works with:
Adolescents (16-18 years)
Adults (18 years +)
Louise works in English
Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)
Ill health or end of Life
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Pregnancy and birth difficulties