Transforming Lives with Compassionate Holistic Care.

I have dedicated myself to full-time work as a Psychotherapist, Family Practitioner, Therapeutic Supervisor, and NVR Parenting Programme facilitator. I am an accredited member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), a member of the AFT (Association of Family Therapy), ACAMH (Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health), and BICA (Professional Infertility Counselling Association). Previously, I taught counselling to first-year students but have since shifted to providing private supervision to trainees. I am also a published author, with my papers available on the BACP website and featured in the AFT context magazine. Additionally, I supervise several charities and schools that provide mental health support.

Personal Motivation and Therapeutic Approach

My journey began with a passion for understanding the intricate patterns of behavior and the desire to make a tangible difference in people’s lives. I realised through my work as a therapist that it was important to also think about the systems people live in and how they form relationships. I am continuously developing my own practice and enjoy the work I do. Every client is different, and every need is different; this means at the end of our first session, I share a formulation on how we can work together to navigate their unique life challenges.

Expertise and Client-Focused Therapy

My expertise lies in identifying and addressing behavioral patterns influenced by family dynamics, personal history, and environmental factors. I believe in the power of therapy to not only alleviate symptoms but also to foster growth, resilience, and fulfillment in one’s life. Beyond individual therapy, I am deeply invested in understanding how systems around us influence our lives and how family/partner/work relationships can impact individual well-being. My goal is to create a supportive and safe environment where clients can understand what motivates their behavior. It is important to understand feelings and where they stem from to create change, rather than treating the feeling without a deeper understanding of it, allowing it to manifest again.

Commitment to Professional Development and Innovative Therapy

Continual learning is a cornerstone of my practice. I regularly engage in professional development to stay abreast of the latest research and therapeutic techniques. This commitment to growth ensures that my clients benefit from the most effective and compassionate care possible. I believe therapeutic thinking is a skill and often set questions at the end of each session to think about things we have covered. Often, people say therapists have suggested journaling but feel stuck on where to start; questions related to the session can often trigger deeper self-exploration. I like the idea of brain gym therapy being used as a space to help remain emotionally fit.

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