I am a BACP-registered, Integrative Counsellor and fully certified Sensorimotor Psychotherapist. This means that I am trained in a range of different counselling models, which helps me attune and adapt to the individual styles and issues at hand with more flexibility. My practice follows humanistic philosophies and is trauma-informed. In my role as counsellor, I do not tend to take an 'expert' stance and instead hold the belief that most human beings are naturally oriented towards growth. In this vein, therapy, can be seen as a co-operative process in which we can explore, untangle, and resolve life blocks or constricting patterns together.
I provide relational counselling with a focus on the integration of our bodily, emotional and thought-based processes. What does this mean in practice? It means that, without us being aware, some experiences can create a deep-seated imprint on our psyche. It is therefore my belief that therapy which pays attention to all three spheres (physical, emotional and cognitive levels of being) can substantially support us in moving forward and fostering resilience and inner balance.