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Hey, I’m Shelby!

My therapeutic journey started when I was a 3rd year student in Social Care and started a module in Psychotherapy, from that moment I knew what area I was supposed to work in.

I graduated in 2015 with an honours degree in Social Care and started working with teenagers who had experienced complex trauma and attachment dysregulation. I commenced a Masters in Psychotherapy and Counselling finishing in 2018 which introduced me to the arena of Bereavement and Family Therapy. I am a registered member of BACP.


My therapeutic approach is very much a Person-Centred Integrated Approach, supporting the client to meet goals we have developed together from an assessment and case conceptualisation.

My experience has afforded me the knowledge in supporting clients who have mental health difficulties in

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Sexual Identity
  • Self-Esteem
  • Attachment
  • Childhood Trauma

My specialised area is in Family Therapy as I have worked in this area over the last number of years.

My work allows me to be a glimmer of hope in someone’s life, or the lighthouse in the storm. I will be the light on a darkened path to support you in finding your way back to you. Going at a pace that is comfortable, natural and guided by you. I work with families, individuals and couples with the age range from early adolescence to adulthood.

I am here and ready to start your journey when you are.



Shelby contributed to an article, 'What are Normal Emotions Post-Partum?' You can read it here..

What are Normal Emotions Post-Partum?