I am an existential-phenomenological psychotherapist with over 20 years experience. I work in private practice. I work with a range of issues including: depression, anxiety, relationship problems, addictions, mid-life crisis and finding meaning in the later part of life. In addition I offer academic supervision for doctoral research projects.
I studied existential psychotherapy at Regents University where I was the first recipient of the Hans Cohn prize for merit. Over the years I have worked in various settings and taught on a number of psychotherapy training courses. In 2017 I was awarded a DPsych. (Prof) from Metanoia Institute where I continue to work as an academic supervisor.
In recent years I has complemented my existential practice with studies in Jungian Psychology. In 2022-23 I undertook a year's study programme at The Centre Jungian Studies (South Africa) in 'Jungian and Post Jungian Clinical Concepts'. In my spare time I am a passionate gardener and this inspires a creative and embodied approach to my psychotherapy practice.