During the lives we lead and in adapting to familial, cultural and societal expectations, our deeper connection to self can be forgotten. In rediscovering and integrating parts of the self which may have become lost, it is possible to find greater meaning and wholeness in life, with reconnection to hope and joy. Feeling more connected to your own inner wisdom and developing resilience can empower you to make the changes you yearn for, and to meet life’s challenges.
Trained as a counsellor at the Institute of Psychosynthesis in London I have an MA in Psychosynthesis Psychology and am working towards a diploma in Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy. The courses are validated by Middlesex University and accredited by UKCP.
As member I abide by the ethical frameworks of UKCP (UK council of Psychotherapy) and APP (Association of Psychospiritual Practitioners)
I work therapeutically to listen deeply, providing an empathic space where you are free to include all of yourself: what you are feeling, thinking and experiencing, to explore safely what you are struggling with. I am experienced in working with trauma.
I also work with dreams and imaginatively with images, pictures and symbols, to support what is less conscious becoming known.