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When choosing a talking therapy, one of the most important things to consider is the therapeutic relationship between you and the person you choose to support you.

Hi, I'm Jill, a integrative counsellor working in person & online with adolescents, adults & couples facing challenges such as anxiety, low mood, low self esteem, stress, trauma, family & relationship issues including domestic abuse and navigating major life changes.

Clients experience me as being an intuitive, honest, kind and insightful therapist who understands them and cares for them in an empathetic and helpful way.  I support my clients find the courage to make changes in their lives, find different ways of seeing situations, strengthen their identities, choose to end their relationships or choose to forgive and move forward.


I want you to leave me with a stronger sense of who you are, what you want out of life and the confidence to go and get it.  To feel like the life you're leading is the one you have chosen rather than one that has happened to you.  To know that you are resilient and able to face the challenges that may lie ahead of you.  And the ability to ask for help and support when you need it.

The values that I live and work by are respect, integrity, authenticity, care and commitment.  Humour also finds it's way in, if and when appropriate.

I work from my therapy room at my home in Eridge, online or at a central location in Tunbridge Wells*.

Simply drop me an email or phone call or click the link below to view my availability, book your free initial connection call or your first session at a time that suits you. 


If you're ready - I'd love to work with you.

*walkable from TW train station.  There is a small additional charge for room hire.

Book a Session

Use the link below to view my availability and book a session,

whether that be an initial chat or your first counselling session.

Empty Beach, Waves, Cliff, Blue Sky


['you:noh:yah] greek

Eunoia is the shortest word in the English language containing all five vowels.  It comes from the Greek word meaning "well mind" or "beautiful thinking".  In rhetoric, Eunoia is the goodwill a speaker cultivates between herself and her audience, a condition of receptivity.

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