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Cotton Flowers



I am a person-centred psychotherapist that offers a warm, authentic and supportive environment to clients seeking help at times of difficulty. I currently offer psychotherapy sessions face-to-face, online or by telephone for adults and young people. My practice is based in Nottingham but I am able to offer remote work for people located around the UK. I have previously worked as a counsellor for Nottingham Women’s Centre and continue to work for a Domestic Abuse organisation.

I trained for 4 years in Person-Centred and Experiential Psychotherapy with the Sherwood Institute and am continuously developing my learning to benefit my work with clients.

I retrained as a Psychotherapist after spending many years working in social care with children and adolescents, managing children’s homes and therapeutic services for under 18’s with developmental trauma and attachment difficulties. I have a strong belief in people’s capacity to change and a commitment to recognising social inequalities that throughout life can impact our ability to cope. My work is underpinned by principles around social justice and feminist ethics. I am also influenced by Eastern philosophies and practices such as Buddhism and meditation. To be at my best I prioritise self care outside of my working hours. To that end, in my down time I enjoy dog walking, yoga, playing games, reading and live music among other interests.

Professional Membership

I am a member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), British Associate for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and a graduate member of the Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute in Nottingham. I am therefore bound by their codes of ethics in all my work which is supervised by an experienced clinical supervisor.


  • MSc in Person-Centred and Experiential Psychotherapy

  • Certified Clinical Trauma Treatment Professional Level 2 (CCTP-II)

  • Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Level 1 and 2


Other Training and Qualifications

Suicide and Self-Harm, Children & Young People’s Work, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Gender and Transgender Identity, Stalking, Depression, Anxiety, Leadership and Management, Attachment, Drug Abuse and Addiction, Solihull Parenting Approach, Solution Focussed Brief Therapy, Vicarious Trauma, Autism and Sensory Processing Disorders

Areas of interest

My areas of interest include interpersonal trauma, domestic abuse, attachment, class issues, client empowerment and relational difficulties.

My background working in social care has given me specialist experience working with adverse childhood experience, parenting, family difficulties, abuse and neglect and recovering from traumatic experience. I also spent some years managing a charity supporting people in the sex industry and those who have been sexually exploited. I therefore have a professional interest and understanding of sex work and am sex worker allied.

Research interests

To date I have completed research on the following topics:

  • Empowering clients through relationship following experiences of domestic abuse

  • Therapist empathy with clients of intimate partner violence


Therapeutic experience

I have supported clients with the following range of difficulties:

  • Attachment 

  • Childhood trauma 

  • Complex Trauma/PTSD

  • Domestic abuse

  • Family and relationship issues

  • Gender identity

  • Mental health diagnoses (Anxiety, depression, BPD, schizophrenia etc.)

  • Neurodiversity

  • Parenting

  • School and work problems

  • Self-harm and suicide

  • Sexual harm

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Psychotherapy along with counselling is a term used for talking therapy work with people around a number of issues.


The nature of the work is often long-term and looks to explore deeper issues you may have had or are having in your life that you wish to overcome. As a psychotherapist I do not give advice or tell people what to do, but instead accompany people to find their own answers in a safe and welcoming space. I do this through getting to know clients as a trusted and confidential person, actively listening and a mixture of cognitive and experiential/somatic (body based) techniques.

Therapy sessions are guided by you and I have no set agenda for our work together, other than supporting you to find what you need.


I currently work with adults and young people
Sessions last for 50 minutes and can be in person, online or by telephone
Our work together can be short, medium or long-term depending on your needs
Endings will be respectfully explored between us to suit your needs


Stained Leaves

I offer a sliding scale payment option for weekly sessions between £40-60 which can be discussed at our first meeting.  

Students, over 65's and therapists in training - £40

Couples - £60/hour or £90 for 90 minutes

Payments can be by cash or bank transfer.


If you're not sure whether therapy is right for you, I offer a free 10 minute phone conversation to discuss your needs and to see if we might work together.

You can use the contact form below to message me with your availability for a call back, or email

Alternatively you can leave a voicemail message on 07919 370674 and I will call you back at a suitable time for you.

To ensure your digital privacy I ask that any persons contacting me offer limited personal details and do not share sensitive information.


I work in Nottingham and primarily see clients face to face, although remote is possible where requested. My client work is currently on Thursdays & Fridays, although other days and evenings may be available at times. 

My therapy room is in Foxhall Lodge which is located next to the Forest Recreation Ground near Nottingham City Centre, NG7 6LH. The Lodge is located minutes walk from the Forest Recreation tram stop and is near to local bus routes. There is free on street parking on Gregory Boulevard.


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