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Counselling and Psychotherapy

Compassionate support during difficult times

Sometimes life feels hard and we lose sight of who we are. We might experience a loss or another traumatic event, or perhaps not much has changed externally but somehow our internal world feels empty, like the light has gone out. When life is challenging, finding the right support at the right time can help us navigate the confusion and find a way back to ourselves. Through developing a trusting and respectful therapeutic relationship, we work together to better understand any issues which are causing distress. 

 

My initial psychotherapy training was in person-centred, gestalt and emotion-focused therapy, all of which place the client and their feelings at the centre of the process. The therapist is not elevated into a position of power, but walks side by side with the client to help them find answers to questions that may be troubling them. My ongoing study is predominantly focused on somatic psychotherapies, including sensorimotor psychotherapy (Pat Ogden), relational trauma therapy (Merete Holm Brantbjerg) and somatic trauma therapy (Babette Rothschild).

Sessions last 50 minutes and offer a confidential space to explore your concerns. I currently use Zoom for online therapy. To book a session or find out more about my approach, please get in touch.