Are you facing the difficult journey of separation or divorce? You’re not alone.

Separation and divorce can be one of the most challenging and emotionally taxing experiences anyone can go through. But it doesn’t have to be a journey you navigate alone.


Why choose me if you are facing the challenges of separation or divorce? Very simply, because I have been there!

Having journeyed through complex difficulties in my own relationship, I now specialise in providing counselling and mentoring to families in crisis, particularly related to separation and divorce. When difficult times are experienced within a family, all members of the family are impacted. How each member is impacted will depend on their age, life experiences and ability to cope. I know this first hand having faced the crisis of a breakdown within my own family. Support during this time, for myself, my ex-partner and our three children was instrumental in allowing transition through what was a difficult and highly emotional time of our life. Non-judgmental, unbiased counselling support allowed honesty and release. This enabled each of us to move into a positive space and become the people we are today.

As a parent I felt helpless. My intuition told me my children were struggling. I didn’t know what to do which left me feeling hopeless. As a partner the negative self talk told me I was a failure. Once again I didn’t know how to stop this cycle of self-destructing thoughts and beliefs. Frustration, anxiety, fear, anger, sadness and a sense of hopelessness consumed my days. My first sense of hope began when I sought professional help. In the very first session I had a sense I was no longer on my own. It was through me taking that first step that I was then able to recognise the signs of distress my children were displaying which enabled me to also seek appropriate help for them.

Through my work with families in the courts I came to realise I was not alone in my experience. So many families are in crisis following separation and divorce. The adults involved, and their young families are being negatively impacted. The pain is showing up in subsequent relationships, due to the the impact on well-being related to enjoyment and a positive acceptance of self. For young people they are taking this pain with them into adulthood.

It doesn’t have to be this way. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and give me a call. We can have a chat and see where you, or your children are at and what you are looking for . What if you don’t know what you are looking for? No problem. Often just having that initial chat on the phone can give you some clarity around what you are seeking for you or your children. You don’t have to do this on your own. Give me a call or send me an email today.



Are you navigating the complexities of co-parenting after separation, and concerned about how it’s impacting your child? It’s not easy, and you’re not alone. As parents, we all want what’s best for our children, but sometimes the challenges of separation can make it difficult to know how to support them through this transition.

That’s where counselling can make a real difference. Counselling isn’t just for individuals—it’s for families too. By seeking counselling support for your family, you’re taking a proactive step towards creating a healthy and supportive environment for your child to thrive in, even amidst the changes of separation.

As a counsellor specialising in working with families of separated parents, I understand the unique challenges you’re facing and the importance of providing a stable and nurturing environment for your child during this time of transition.

By investing in counselling support for your family, you’re not only prioritising your child’s emotional well-being but also strengthening your co-parenting relationship and setting the foundation for a positive and supportive family dynamic moving forward.

Don’t wait until issues escalate or tensions rise—take proactive steps now to ensure that your child receives the support and stability they need during this challenging time. Together, we can navigate the complexities of co-parenting after separation and create a nurturing environment where your child can thrive.

Is your child hesitant to attend counselling? Get them to check out my Youth page which is a page specifically for them related to their counselling journey.

Give me a call, always happy to chat, if you would like to know more. Often that initial chat can help you decide how best to move forward.



As a counsellor, I specialise in providing support to individuals navigating the challenges of separation or divorce, as well as couples considering this significant life transition. Whether you’re facing the prospect of ending a relationship on your own or contemplating the decision together with your partner, I offer a safe and compassionate space to explore your thoughts, feelings, and concerns.

My approach to separation or divorce counselling focuses on helping you navigate this complex journey with clarity and resilience. Together, we’ll address the emotional, practical, and relational aspects of your situation, empowering you as a couple to make informed decisions and move forward in a positive direction.

Whether you’re grappling with grief, uncertainty about the future, or difficulties communicating with each other, I’m here to provide guidance and support every step of the way. I provide couples with a safe space for exploration, I empower couples to navigate the challenges of separation or divorce with dignity, respect, and integrity. My goal is to facilitate a process that honors the past, embraces the present, and paves the way for a positive and amicable future.

If you’re wanting to find out more, I’m here to help. Let’s work together to navigate this journey with compassion, understanding, and strength.

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