How I work and why?
When you look for a therapist, you will possibly see that many work in different ways. I base my practice in the Person-Centered modality, which means I am a relational therapist, who strongly believes that the most important aspect of therapy is the relationship between both client and therapist and as we live in a technical age, relationships have somewhat been replaced with text and screens.
Working in a non-judgemental and non-directive way, I offer a safe place for you to come and explore what you are feeling, hoping to support you to achieve balance again. This process is ethically boundaried and has a feeling of a tailor made process, as we are all different and no one rule fits all.
You will not be told what to do or what to talk about, but supported to explore what feels right in the moment. This more humanistic approach enables you to feel empowered and in control.
The most common issues that I have supported clients with include,
anxiety, stress, feeling sad, depression, relationship issues, addiction, low self-confidence, low self-esteem, abuse, separation & divorce, postnatal depression, life changes after becoming a parent, bereavement, dissatisfaction at work, family issues, midlife crisis, bullying, gender & sexuality, eating & body image issues, loss of meaning & purpose.