Counselling and Therapy should always be a process in which you feel understood, respected and accepted. I am trained and employed by the charity Relate as a relationship counsellor. I offer counselling for UK expats, couples therapy, family therapy and individual counselling.
I am a fully qualified BACP registered Therapist (BA HONS). I also work as a therapist on Employee Assistance Programmes (EAP).

Therapist and Relationship Counsellor


British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

“Dan has been incredible and continues to guide us in ways that have really helped all our relationships, not just that as a couple, but relationships with friends and family. We don’t know quite where we would be without him…”  B&C

Life can change in an instant and it did for me

I think that life can change in an instant and it did for me. After a professional disaster, I discovered therapy later in life. I was a 45-year-old father and husband, I owned a restaurant in London and I was making a good living. Then, I lost it all, everything, the restaurant, my house and this put great stress on my marriage.

Overwhelmed, I went to see a therapist and he really helped me get through this painful time. He had lived and experienced life’s struggles and could understand how difficult it can be when life runs aground – suddenly. Hopefully  I can offer this bigger perspective as a therapist now.


From my work as a therapist with both men and women, it’s clear that status and identity are common concerns for men. There are still so many expectations from ourselves and others about what a man should be. Research shows that men are far less likely to consider or seek help through therapy. Read more.


I offer online counselling for UK expats. Living away from family and friends and a support network, while trying to adjust to a foreign culture and a different language can often put pressure, even on the strongest of relationships. I have counselled couples on-line in Dubai, Canada Singapore and Spain, providing valuable support whenever they have felt isolated.