I practice an Integrative Relational, Developmental Approach. Meaning that instead of relying solely on one theoretical model, I utilise various theories regarding human development and relationships to determine the most effective way to assist my clients. I collaborate with my clients to assist them in developing a deeper understanding of who they are, their life's story, and some new perspectives on how they might view and experience themselves at work, in relationships with others, and in their interactions with themselves.
I trained as a psychotherapist after experiencing first-hand the comfort that can be found through sharing my own story, sorrows, anxieties, and joys with another, by finding the space to think about things in a new way and discovering how to form more nourishing relationships.
I am qualified to a MSc Level in Integrative Psychotherapy. I have experience in working in a variety of multicultural and multi-faith settings, which has provided me with the necessary knowledge and skills to adapt my approach and work effectively with individuals from various cultural backgrounds, religions, and beliefs.