Counselling and psychotherapy can give you time and space to think about yourself through talking and reflection. I aim to provide an accepting and enlivening environment in which it feels safe to be curious about yourself, your feelings and where you are in life. People often come to counselling and therapy for help with difficulties around loss, grief, stress, change, unhappiness and relationships. Sometimes feelings can be uncomfortable or seem hard to understand. I am experienced in helping people talk about their feelings. I am non-judgemental and have a flexible approach in working with clients to find different perspectives on their lives. Therapy can help people to find clarity in situations and to grow in understanding.
I am trained as an integrative and existential psychotherapist and counsellor. Existential psyhotherapy has a particular focus on you as an individual within a world of relationships and possibilities. It can give you an opportunity to take stock and make changes. It can provide the space to explore the meanings and potential of your life and to reflect on how you might want to be.
Existential psychotherapy can give a framework in which to reflect on questions about meaning, identity and choice. It can help improve the quality of your relationship with others, with the world of which you are part, and how you feel towards and about yourself.
I work with individuals and offer both short- and longer-term therapy.
I have previous experience as a bereavement counsellor, and as a therapist working with vulnerable young people. I now work in the NHS as a psychotherapist. I trained at Regents University, London and am registered with the UKCP. I am an accredited member of the BACP and a member of The Society for Existential Analysis.
I have therapy rooms in Princes Risborough with easy access to free parking. Please email me to arrange an initial consultation.