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Private Practice

I currently offer private one to one dramatherapy for children, young people and adults at my home therapy studio in Frodsham, WA6.

By public transport it is a 10 minute walk from Frodsham station.
By car I am just off the M56 and have a parking space, with additional free parking on the road.

Important things to note:

  • Dramatherapy sessions are 50 minutes long. Sessions will follow a similar structure each week with a wide variety of materials on offer.

  • I would recommend wearing loose or comfortable clothing as some of the work may involve movement. I also suggest wearing sensible flat shoes

  • I usually recommend a minimum of 10-12 sessions to begin with after your consultation session, although some people may want to sign up to a longer course of sessions. This really depends on your reasons for coming to Dramatherapy, and I can help to structure your aims when we meet for your consultation session.

Clinical Supervision

As a qualified Creative Arts Supervisor, I offer 1:1 supervision sessions to trainee therapists as well as those who work in the helping professions. This includes teachers, TAs, care workers, nurses. Some professions such as therapy require that you also attend regular supervision as part of your practice. But other professionals who do not need to meet this requirement find that by attending supervision their quality of work is heightened by this process. As a creative supervisor, I will be encouraging you to explore your practice through the use of creative mediums, as well as verbally. Sessions are 50mins long. The cost can be found on the rates page.

I also offer supervision as part of trainee therapist's placement requirements. I work in several educational settings where this is possible, although please note that I now have students with me until Spring 2016. It is best to contact me ahead of time for these opportunities.

If you would like more information about Supervision please do contact me.


Dramatherapy is confidential.

In exceptional cases, as required by law (i.e. if a client reveals current abuse of children, or intent to cause serious physical harm to him/herself or to others), therapists have a professional and ethical duty to inform clients that they may find it necessary to take this information outside of therapy. Any action is discussed with the client first.

I receive ongoing supervision and psychotherapy as part of my code of practice and ethics in line with the British Association of Dramatherapists (BADth) and Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) guidelines. Identities are not revealed within this process.