Useful Links

While I offer counselling support for whatever issues bring you to my website and of course I will welcome your call or email, here are some links that you may also find helpful to you
  • Here is a McKenzie Friend who can give you help with such things as preparing legal documents, form filling, support in Court if you are representing yourself and so much more. Take a look at to find out exactly what a McKenzie Friend can offer
  • is a free to use resource which provides clear and comprehensive information on all available UK welfare benefits as well as guidance on benefit applications, appeals, emergency assistance & legal help.
  • Here is a link for a UK based support group and/or telephone counselling for people going through the pain and anxiety of 
  • Free support, guidance and information for anyone affected by mental illness: call SANEline now on 0300 304 7000
  • Turn2us is an organisation with a website that helps you access benefits and grants that can help you in financially difficult times. Follow this link to their website:
  • The Samaritans, a free confidential phone and email service for anyone who is in crisis or in need of someone to talk to in confidence. Details are at:
  • Relate provides support in relationships. Quoting from their website they "offer couple counselling, psychosexual counselling, family counselling, counselling for children and young people, mediation, life skills training and relationship education." Further details at:
  • British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) at: BACP also has a helpful and informative site that will tell you more about counselling at
  • Al-Anon UK & Eire is where Family Groups hold regular meetings and members share their own experience of living with alcoholism and of how they cope. This site also includes Alateen for teenagers:
"Don't believe everything you think!"
Dr Shelly Harrell 
A reminder to question self deprecating thoughts of not being good enough
or the automatic assumptions we make about what others are thinking

“Everything that irritates us about others can
lead us to an understanding of ourselves.”

C G Jung