“My job is to listen to your concerns actively and effectively, providing a warm and non-judgemental space where you can freely express and explore your thoughts and feelings, without fear of being judged.”
My core training is Psychosynthesis Counselling and the main approach to my work is based on integrative and transpersonal psychotherapy, which means I use a holistic approach that combines multiple strongly evidenced psychological models to facilitate deep healing, transformation and long lasting change.
I have been influenced by many psychological modalities due to various previous training and personal experience, in that I draw from a range of different effective psychological models, including psychodynamics, personal-centred approach, family constellation, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), gestalt, art therapy, mindfulness, meditation and breathwork. The way I work places great emphasis on my relationship with my clients and I aim to establish a stable, trusting and supportive therapeutic alliance with my clients.
I also like to integrate some creative art approach in my work, using drawing and active imagination to help clients to communicate difficult feelings when words have become too difficult.
My area of expertise
I am experienced in dealing with family and relationship issues, eating problems, depression and low mood, chronic anxiety, self-criticism, anger issues, Complex PTSD, loss of interests and motivation, procrastination, significant life transitions, identity crisis, racial and cultural issues.