My training is in both psychodynamic and person-centred approaches to therapeutic practice. In brief, this means that I attend to what’s going on in the here-and-now and believe in your natural capacity for growth and that I also consider unconscious processes and the possible influences of early relationships. My approach is non-judgemental and supportive; at the same time, I encourage challenging the ways we may be used to thinking about life events and distressing thoughts and feelings with interest in your particular experiences and ways of navigating your life. I have a quiet, central office where I see adults 18+.
Loss and grief, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, bereavement because of suicide, sleep disturbances, disability, anxiety, trauma, interpersonal conflict, and anger.
Post-graduate diploma in counselling from the University of Edinburgh with distinction; foundation certificate in group analysis from the Institute of Group Analysis; PhD candidate with the University of Edinburgh. Accredited member of the BACP.
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