I have more than fifteen years professional experience working with clients in a confidential and therapeutic environment, facing a wide range of issues.
I trained at The Institute of Psychosynthesis, London, and am a registered Member with the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP).
Therapy provides a depth of listening and reflection that enables the client to really feel present to both the suffering and the dreams. Throughout the course of the therapy I will help you to identify and understand what is troubling you, and together we will work to bring about understanding and the change you desire in your life.
You may want to understand and change certain behaviour patterns that no longer seem to support the life that you want for yourself. You may need to find ways to speak about, and process difficult experiences in order to come to terms with trauma and loss. You may have an underlying feeling that ‘something isn’t right’. Perhaps you experience obstacles in your quest to make real your dreams. Whatever you find yourself up against psychotherapy can help you to move through these challenging, and often overwhelming experiences to a place where you feel more aligned and self-aware, and have self-control and self-respect.
Psychosynthesis is a psychology of hope, with its eye not only on history, but also on a purposeful future giving individuals the capacity to reorient their lives in the direction of meaning and values. It is a therapy that works at both the level of personality and soul helping you to gain a deeper understanding of your past, to know yourself more and to trust your own feelings and thoughts. Psychosynthesis psychotherapy particularly embraces bringing meaning to our struggle and acknowledges our new beginnings.