Meet our team

Our lead therapist

Jane is a BACP accredited trauma-informed integrative therapist, couples’ counsellor, clinical supervisor and mental health trainer.

Jane possess many years of counselling and therapy experience working with survivors of assault, domestic abuse and childhood abuse.

As our counselling and wellbeing lead, Jane heads up the Your Wellbeing team, working with individuals, couples, and corporate clients.

Jane’s varied counselling experience includes working within several not-for-profit organisations, as well as in private practice. She has supported many individuals with mild-to-severe mental health diagnoses. She has also helped survivors of sexual abuse, assault, and other traumas.

Jane previously worked in the field of speech and language with people who have autism, ADHD, and learning disabilities. She gained extensive training and experience working with neurodivergence in the therapeutic space.

She is warm and compassionate, and is able to provide online and telephone counselling, as well as meet clients face to face.

What our clients say

"Jane is easy to talk to and was very understanding of my situation. She was approachable, offered empathy but more importantly made me believe in myself again. Cannot recommend Jane highly enough"

Counselling specialisms

Jane specialises in counselling clients who have experienced childhood and adult trauma, and abuse. This might include sexual, emotional or physical abuse, and narcissistic abuse (which may be present in family, romantic and work relationships). Jane also supports survivors of domestic abuse.

Where appropriate, Jane can draw on interventions to process trauma, such as the Rewind Trauma Technique, to alleviate flashbacks and traumatic memory triggers. 

Jane is also experienced in couples therapy. Whether couples want to re-romanticise their relationship, or separate amicably, Jane offers Imago relationship counselling to help romantic partners improve communication, build connection and move forward.

Jane is also a qualified clinical supervisor and offers integrative supervision to trainee and qualified counsellors. For qualified therapists, Jane can support you on your BACP accreditation journey.

Supporting our staff through Covid-19

Jane supported the clinicians at Your Healthcare CIC through the Covid-19 pandemic. This has given her intensive experience of working with depression, anxiety, burnout, compassion fatigue, chronic stress, trauma, and all forms of grief.

This period also formed the basis of a research paper. We were able to show that our approach to supporting our key workers during Covid-19 was effective. Staff were demonstrably better able to cope, compared with their peers. That experience now informs our services at Your Wellbeing, under Jane’s leadership.

Qualifications and counselling approach

Jane is committed to her development as a counsellor and therapist. She holds multiple qualifications, and has extensive training in a range of mental health issues and techniques. Jane also holds BACP accreditation which ‘demonstrates to clients that you have achieved high standards of knowledge, experience and development.’

She takes an integrative approach to counselling, drawing from a variety of techniques, including psychodynamic, humanistic, and behavioural therapies. 

She champions a relational approach to the therapeutic relationship, building a non-judgemental and compassionate relationship with her clients.

View Jane’s profile on the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapy (BACP) website.

View Jane’s profile on the Counselling Directory.


Our Humanistic Counsellor

Working in non-judgmental way, Matt offers a safe, confidential space to explore difficult feelings and emotions to help you understand them. Reaching such an understanding can be reparative in itself and can help you move forward with your life.

Profile and Approach

Matt is a BACP Registered Humanistic Therapist. He offers primarily online therapy but is also available for face to face sessions in Surbiton.

Matt offers a safe, non-judgemental space for you to explore difficult feelings. Using an empathic approach, Matt will be in your corner and see things from your perspective as far as possible. The intention is to help you move forward with your life with a better understanding of your feelings, relationships and issues.

Matt believes that building the therapeutic relationship is pivotal to the work – you can expect him to be warm, honest and genuine.

Experience and Specialisms

Matt is qualified from the University of Brighton with a Merit in Humanistic Psychotherapeutic Counselling. He also has an Advanced Level 5 Qualification in working with Children and Young people – if issues that relate to childhood and adolescence come up, his understanding of this period may be beneficial.

Matt has previously worked for a South London based Counselling Agency, the NHS under Wandsworth borough, and a charitable organisation also based in South London.

He has a CPCAB qualification in Substance Misuse which is an area of interest for him. He is also particularly interested in issues related to culture, race, and ethnicity.


BACP Registration: MBACP 00964389, Register no. 399255.

Postgraduate Diploma with Merit in Humanistic Psychotherapeutic Counselling, University of Brighton, 22 June 2022.

CPCAB Level 5 Counselling Children and Young People Advanced Specialist Training, LRS Counselling Training. November 2022 – August 2023.

L4 Certificate in Understanding Substance Misuse, Renaissance Horizons, London. January-February 2020.

How to do Counselling Online, BACP and Open University Certificate. 4th November 2020.


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Our Integrative Counsellor

Oli is MBACP (Registered Member) Integrative Counsellor.

He offers a safe and non-judgemental space where you can explore what it means to be you, what is troubling you and what you need.

Profile and Approach

Oli is a counsellor and member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy). He enjoys meeting new people and working together to give you more insight into who you are as a person and the emotions that you are experiencing. It takes courage to seek out help and he will be by your side as you look together at what has brought you to this point in your life and what is important to you.

Oli will provide an authentic and confidential relationship where you will be heard and listened to as an individual and offered empathy and compassion. He is an integrative counsellor using a blend of the major theoretical approaches. This means that it sometimes might be helpful to look at both your past and current experiences to help make sense of your world. He endeavours to build a supportive and meaningful relationship with his clients where you feel comfortable to explore the more difficult parts of being you.

Experience and Specialisms

Oli has previously worked for the NHS in several different roles within Oncology before studying to be a counsellor. He has worked as an IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) counsellor for the past few years, working with people from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds of different genders and ages, to help make sense of current challenges.

Predominantly specialising in anxiety and depression and many other difficulties that we may have to deal with such as: bereavement, loss, grief, discrimination, cultural issues, abuse, low confidence, self-esteem, identity, relationship problems, work struggles, loneliness, long term health conditions and family changes.


2022 University of Northampton, MSc Counselling

2010 University of Birmingham, BSc Business Management


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To learn more about the types of counselling we offer, visit our Services page.

Are you a therapist looking for supervision? Visit our clinical supervision page.