Many of the problems that trouble us in life are rooted in parts of our minds that are largely unconscious. Like an iceberg, we may be aware only of the difficulties that break the surface. That's why the bigger issues are hard to attend to.
I practice psychodynamic psychotherapy, the type of therapy that recognises this truth and provides a safe space to listen to such anxieties, stress, feeling low, or other personal struggles.
The therapy would be carefully focused on what you might want to bring, whilst also seeking different ways of listening to what your concerns could mean, particularly for your future flourishing.
Alongside my psychotherapeutic work, I also have longstanding experience in pastoral and spiritual work. Often, psychotherapy can help unblock issues here too.
I also engage with individuals at a systemic level, that is, thinking about how problems in life can arise from our family's histories, places of origin and other transpersonal concerns.