As well as being an accredited therapist, I’ve been working as a freelance website designer for 10 years and can help individuals and organisations create a beautiful and usable website that will communicate the right message about you and your services.
Unlike many website design companies, I am not interested in exploiting your lack of knowledge about technology or website design. Rather, I am interested in giving you the best advice I can about creating your first website, or redesigning an existing one, that is user-friendly, cross-browser compatible and easy to maintain – even if that means you choosing to hire a different designer.
Below are some examples of my recent work.
Denise McHugh is a counsellor, psychotherapist and clinical supervisor with her own private practice in Ballymena, Northern Ireland.
nitherapy.net is a news and information resource for counsellor, psychotherapists and psychologists in Northern Ireland.
The Rainbow Project works to improve the physical, mental and emotional well-being of LGBT people in Northern Ireland.
Eilis McIntyre works in private practice in Belfast, providing person-centred and solution-focused counselling for a range of issues.
St. Luke’s Folk Group, based in Twinbrook, Belfast provides liturgical music for weddings and funeral ceremonies.
This is my own website that I created to promote my counselling and psychotherapy practice.
If you’re interested in having a website designed for your private practice or organisation, please download this PDF guide that contains information about the process, with useful tips on how to get started.