Samantha Lindup

Psychosynthesis Psychotherapeutic Counselling

I have trained extensively with The Institute of Psychosynthesis in North London towards a Masters in Psychotherapy, and am a member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP).  I have worked in private practice for over six years with clients both long-term and short-term presenting a variety of issues that include depression, relationship difficulties, and feelings of hopelessness and uncertainty.   

It can sometimes be difficult to see clearly and to make sense of feelings and thoughts, and at these times it can be very useful to enter into therapy to explore what might be unresolved and preventing us from having fulfilling relationships and experiences.  In healing our past we are healing our future, and therapy can help you to make your way more consciously through the suffering to a clearer and more meaningful place within. Psychosynthesis therapy particularly embraces making meaning from the struggles and recognising the new beginnings that are evolving.   

I am also particularly interested in how therapy can help to release and heal the specific psychological impact and effect of trauma. Through trauma the body and psyche become dis-regulated, and the regulation that comes through weekly therapy, and the trust and safety that develops within the therapeutic relationship between client and therapist can provide an environment that promotes significant healing, often when nothing else has been able to help. A positive and therapeutic environment is fundamental to the possibility for healing.





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