I AM NOT TAKING ON ANY NEW CLIENTS as from 10th April 2021, until further notice.
Classical Jungian depth psychology is used as an organizing framework for understanding life, art, spirituality, history, psychopathology, and many other things.
I AM NOT Taking on any new clients until further notice, as from 10th April 2021.
I am a psychodynamic psychotherapist and Jungian analyst, working one-to-one in a confidential setting, with clients who range in age from 18 through to those in later life and old age. I work face-to-face with individuals, and online where necessary. My private practice is in a quiet consulting room in Farnham, Surrey. Please contact me by telephone, or email.
In an initial session we talk about what you are looking for, and I can tell you how I work, and what I can offer you. My therapy work is based upon the assumption that we all have within us the capacity to heal ourselves and manage our lives. When beginning psychotherapy, initial change may be radical, or it may sometimes be longer slower work to effect change.
You will be offered support and empathy, and encouraged to talk about your present difficulties and your past. Together we look beneath the surface of day-to-day life, into the imaginal realm of the unconscious; this can help you understand more about yourself, and your relationships with others.
I work with clients’ dreams and I am interested in the value of the imagination and its healing power, and in the creative aspects of the inner world. Working together, we can make connections between your past experiences, from your early childhood right up to the recent past, and circumstances in your present life.
My private practice is of 20 years duration. I am a qualified psychotherapist and analyst, and a professional member of the Association of Jungian Analysts, London, and I play an active part in that organisation. I am registered with UKCP as both psychotherapist and supervisor. I hold membership of the International Association of Analytical Psychology, the Confederation for Analytical Psychology, the C G Jung Club London, and the Guild of Pastoral Psychology .