Initial assessment:


Mindfulness session:


What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a practice of training our mind to present moment awareness, It means slowing down to really notice what we are doing. It’s the opposite to rushing around and taking on too much.

For individuals & families

I incorporate mindfulness as a complimentary component to psychotherapy sessions and if suitable can offer bespoke mindfulness sessions to improve understanding and techniques. 
An introduction to mindfulness session can help families to explore mindfulness techniques to suit their needs. Sessions can be tailored to needs and include take away materials  

For schools

I offer 2 different school packages as part of my Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP) membership:


A 4 week transitional course for children aged 9-14


A 10 week course for children aged 11-18.

Mindfulness helps with...

and more…

Improve responses

Gain the ability to respond with purpose in more situations, rather than just reacting.

Understand emotions

Improve your understanding of the way you react to the world and how your emotions occur.

Notice patterns

Develop the ability to notice your own patterns of thinking and behaviour.

Gain mental clarity

Free up space in your mind to focus on the more important things in life.

Mindfulness was something I had not tried until my session with Nicole. I had one introduction hour and we did lots of different techniques that I could go home and practice. I have been using lots of them and my favourite is beditation. It has helped a lot with getting to sleep.
Mindfulness Client
Aged 15