DMB Therapy

Time for you

If you are thinking about trying therapy, I can offer you several options. Don’t worry if you’re not sure which one is right for you, we can decide together.

The standard therapies I offer are CBT, EMDR, Brainspotting and Therapeutic Writing. Don’t worry if you are not sure which one you’d like to try – it’s my job to help you make that choice! Feel free to email me or book a session via the link below and we can have a chat about what might work for you.

I am heavily influenced by neurobiological and somatic approaches in my work (for example the work of Stephen Porges, Peter Levine, and Dan Siegel, and am very experienced in working with trauma (both complex and single incident PTSD).

If you would like to try a non-talking therapy then writing therapy, or journal therapy as it is sometimes called, may be an ideal fit for you. CBT techniques can be used quite effectively in this method, and I would support and guide you through regular sessions which can be either email, phone, video/audio call, or instant message (chat).

Email me at to book an initial appointment.

Or you can book direct on my online booking site. This site is secure and is part of my clinical practice software WriteUpp. This is the link here. The tab will open in a new window.

CBT Therapy

CBT Therapy aims to help you identify what is maintaining your difficulties make specific changes in order to stop unhelpful cycles and patterns of behaviours.

EMDR & Brainspotting Therapy

EMDR and Brainspotting therapy aim to help you process past events that still carry a ‘charge’ for you or still affect you in the present.


Writing Therapy

Writing Therapy; also know as ‘Therapeutic Writing’, or ‘Journal Therapy’, is a bringing together of ‘expressive’ writing and therapy whereby instead of having to rely on ‘talking’ to a therapist, you can instead use writing in a guided and structured way to help process your thoughts and feelings and understand your experiences. The therapist uses their theoretical knowledge to help you, just as they would with talking therapy.

“Thank you so much, I really do wish I’d done this years ago.”


Let’s work together to help you feel better and create your new future.