Many people see therapists to get support in finding healing and growth in their lives, for all kinds of reasons, no matter how minute or major they may seem. Therapy can help people transform deeply held beliefs that may no longer fit for them, and often leads to an increased sense of fulfilment, freedom and flexibility in a person’s thinking and living.
As a humanistic and integrative therapist, I believe that each person possesses the wisdom and potential to heal from the wounds dealt by life and to find the inner freedom to make new choices. I also believe we are inherently relational beings and that our relationships matter, that there’s more than one way of knowing and being known, and that we all have dignity and a contribution to make.
My aim is to provide a therapeutic space for you to reflect on your life and life experiences, where you feel safe and properly supported, so that you can do this valuable work at your own pace. Recognising, accepting and integrating the various aspects of ourselves can help us feel more alive in the moment, appreciate the flow of our lives, develop compassion, and make the changes we want to make.
We often waste a lot of energy blocking out uncomfortable feelings, when instead we could learn from them and live more authentically -- to feel the highs as well as the lows, and everything in between, and find meaning in it all.
If you’ve been looking for a therapist, I can help. I will support and accompany you as we explore your issues, offering helpful insights and perspectives, and celebrating each of your gains.
Making therapy a part of your life can help you change in the ways you need and want to.
My qualifications include: Bacc. Phil., BA (Hons), Dip. Counselling & Psychotherapy, MSc Counselling & Psychotherapy. I am a fully accredited member of IAHIP and a registrant of ICP.