My approach is to help explore how you feel in relationships, and how you feel about who you are. Through dialogue and exploring your current life, we can look at the influence of your past, the experiences that have shaped you, and the way your assumptions and expectations that lie out of your awareness can impact the person you are and choices you make today.
I am trained as an integrative psychotherapist, and have an advanced diploma in existential analysis. I have completed further training in person-centred experiential (PCE-CfD), and psychodynamic approaches, including Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT). I am trained in integrative supervision and person-centred supervision.
I am an accredited psychotherapist and supervisor. I have worked in the NHS for over 20 years in total, but the last ten years has been as a counsellor in the primary care sector, and most recently as a supervisor. I have worked for a number of charities, as a counsellor, trainer, trustee, or as a manager. I am currently the Lead for the counselling diploma at BCPC, and a supervisor and assessor at Marches Counselling Service. I run a small private practice either by online or telephone, and am a trustee at The Family Place Foundation.
This member has completed UKCP Covid-19 Online Working Guidance.