I have over 20 years experience in counselling and psychotherapist working within the NHS, Occupational Health services, and Employment Assistant Programmes. I originally trained as a nurse and midwife
My initial training as a counsellor was with the Egan Model; a problem solving, cognitive and behavioural approach, with a Humanistic underpinning.
I later trained as a Psychosynthesis psychotherapist. This approach seeks to resolve pain and suffering through the integration and synthesis of the emotional, psychological, physical, spiritual and sexual aspects of what it is to be human and thus to allow the inner potential for joy and fulfilment to arise. Psychotherapy can be a catalyst for profound change as it offers a path for empowerment and leads us towards an experience of our wholeness.
At the heart of counselling and psychotherapy is a professional, therapeutic relationship between client and therapist. I provide a clear context within which we both learn to listen to what is unfolding from within you.