Martin Weaver

Martin Weaver’s life experiences were the catalyst behind his choice to become a psychotherapist. 

Growing up as a gay man amid the Aids crisis of the 1980s gave me a secure sense of myself, resilience and empathy for the distress and pain of others. These factors led me to psychotherapy as a career.

It took time before I found the philosophy that best suits my beliefs and values, whichI recognised in constructivismvia neurolinguistic programming (NLP).

I have an interest in the ‘hows’ of life; how we interpret our experiences, how we put our values and beliefs into practice and how we came to have those values and beliefs. I offer options and new perspectives and, as an extrovert, have the ability to fully engage with clients.

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