What our clients and colleagues say

“Allison – what I have realised with your help is that it is okay to dare to dream. Thank you. You are an amazing therapeutic partner and I feel privileged to have benefited from knowing you over the last year.” Former Client

“Allison – thank you for the last year. It has been a phenomenal journey and I am so privileged to have worked with you throughout my time. You are amazing.” Current Client

“Emily was entirely non-judgemental about everything that I had to say. She was very good at identifying topics which were relevant and useful to me, and then enabling us to explore those in a way that was both reflective and practical. I always left feeling motivated to help myself, and with the tools I needed to help me to do that”. Former Client

“Emily has given me my life back. When I first started working with her I was a ball of anxiety. Suffering so badly with cheating OCD making me believe I had done things that day that I hadn’t. It’s normally known as ROCD. It was stopping me from enjoying my husband and my life. It would take all the happiness away from my marriage. But with Emily’s patience and great understanding she helped me get through it. Emily’s knowledge and commitment gave me the most valuable tools to not only deal with my OCD but learn to live with it. I cannot recommend working with Emily enough, she really has been a guardian angel to me and given me the strength to get better. For anyone reading this who is at rock bottom or feels that things can’t get better, well let me tell you they can. Contact Emily and she will build the right plan to get you back on your feet. There just aren’t enough words to thank you Emily!!” Current Client

“Prior to meeting Emily, I had no real idea about how to prepare for interviews nor how to write a personal statement for a career in Psychology. She coached me through each stage of the interview process, providing me with tailored questions and how I can apply my skills and experience to them. Not only that, she enabled me to see my true potential as a psychologist.” Aspiring Psychologist