I practice Integrative Psychotherapy with Psychodynamic, Existential and Humanistic theories.
I am drawn to the integrative approach because I believe that we are all unique and highly complex, so considerable flexibility and variety is necessary, moment by moment, for therapy to be beneficial.
C. G. Jung analytical method, existential philosophies and Gestalt technic are strong pillars of my practice.
I work relationally and endeavour to assist my clients to understand their relationship patterns and how these patterns impact on their sense of self, relationships and wellbeing.
The quality of the relationship between you and me is what will ultimately enable real change to take place. I am open-minded, dedicated and curious. I offer understanding, warmth, depth, integrity and creativity. I believe that my humanity and insight are as important as the psychological theory underpinning it all.
I work with clients from all social, cultural and religious backgrounds, offering a confidential, non-judgemental and supportive approach; a safe place in which to focus on worries, consider change, and seek new perspectives.
I have worked successfully with individuals who have had difficulties in relationships, sexuality, identity, creativity and overcoming anxiety, depression, trauma and addiction.