Whatever the sadness, difficulty or trauma

that brings us to look for counselling or psychotherapy, I believe we already have the potential for self-healing

About Me

 

My original training was as a doctor in general practice, where I noticed that psychological distress underlies so much physical illness. Subsequently, I specialised in psychiatry including eating disorders, substance misuse (specialising in pregnancy and parenting) and gender dysphoria. However, since I take a holistic approach to a person’s problems, and am doubtful of the ‘quick fix’ of medication, I undertook two years of Jungian training. Discovering that I was more in tune with the Person-Centred Approach to Psychotherapy and Counselling, I completed their four year training with Temenos, Sheffield.

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About Psychotherapy

Whatever the sadness, difficulty or trauma that brings us to psychotherapy, I believe we already have the potential for self-healing. By talking about ourselves, explaining our actions to another person, we increase our self-understanding, enabling us to identify the possible origins and consequences of our behaviours. As an experienced psychotherapist, I am empathic and non-judgmental.

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