Many people come for therapy when they are experiencing difficulties in their lives, loss, bereavement, illness, life crisis, a transition, work or relationship problems, a sense of unhappiness or dissatisfaction, depression, anxiety or simply a desire to know themselves more deeply.
The intention of this contemplative process is to create a deeper connection with the openness, compassion and wisdom at the heart of our human condition.
This experiential approach encompasses our feelings, emotions, sensations, mental processes and their expression in the body. Each person has their own 'way in' and their own way of mapping and describing their experience.
I work from the understanding that we all have inherent health and given the right conditions - orientate naturally towards well-being and wholeness.
I am a UKCP registered psychotherapist with 20 years experience.
I also offer clinical supervision for therapists and Complementary Health Practitioners