My Approach and Experience
Forming strong therapeutic relationships through open communication, can help in exploring how the beliefs we carry about ourselves are affecting our relationships and our understanding of the world.
In my practice, I focus on supporting the development of a strong and healthy relationship with the Self, by exploring the underlying beliefs that may affect our self-esteem and self-awareness.
I work with anxiety, depression, trauma, personal and professional relationship issues, burnout, stress and existential issues. As a registered and accredited member of the BACP, I adhere to their ethical and professional code of conduct in my work.
As a Psychotherapist, I work with adults 19+ and I provide a safe and confidential space to discuss issues you may be struggling with and to explore in your own pace the underlying reasons that are affecting your day to day life.
Having extensive experience from my work within private inpatient, daycare and outpatient mental health treatment, I offer support with stress management, self-esteem, anger management, assertiveness and communication or relationship issues. I also offer support with depressive or anxiety symptoms, trauma and addictions as well as existential concerns.
As a Clinical Supervisor, I work with therapists in training or accredited therapists, using a Humanistic model. My initial training is based on Person-centred Theory by Carl Rogers, however through time my practice has developed by incorporating a more integrative approach.
I have experience offering Clinical Supervision in a private mental health setting to clinical and non-clinical members of staff on an Individual or Group setting.