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2nd February 2023 

About me

I originally trained at 'Re-Vision', Centre for Integrative Transpersonal Therapy, and I have been in private practice for over 20 years. Since then I have undertaken further training to continue my development and follow my interest in the ways that soul and spirit finds expression through us.

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Further training and professional development has included:

  • Theories of Carl Jung; working with the imagination, dreams and the unconscious.
  • Psychodynamic and developmental theories; for understanding how our past relationships affect our current ones.
  • Creative arts therapies; for when words are not enough and art can help create a bridge to the unconscious.

  • The practice of taking psychotherapy outdoors; when nature can assist the journey

  • Mindfulness; to give attention to the body and mind to help with stress and to better manage emotions.
  • Neuroscience; to understand how the brain forms and the effect that traumas, large and small, can have on the brain and the mind.
  • Working with LBGTQI community, non-binary and gender questioning clients
  • Clinical Supervision; working with trainee and qualified counsellors and other helping professions

  • Throughout these years I have worked in a variety of settings including short term work in an NHS GP surgery and also within MIND, the mental health charity where I created and delivered support groups and workshops. I have facilitated a therapeutic arts group within the NHS, in a national pain management centre. Previously I worked for Re-Vision as a tutor for seven years on the Counselling Diploma programme, and for eight years within the Management, and facilitated Open Evenings and Heart and Soul Introductory Events for eighteen years.

    In order to support myself and my practice I am committed to my own ongoing personal and professional development, and I have regular clinical supervision.

    "One must have chaos in oneself to give birth to a dancing star" Friedrich Nietzche

    Clinical Supervision

    I offer Clinical Supervision and work with both individuals and groups. My approach is reflexive and integrative and I work with students in training as well as qualified therapists, and anyone who works with people in a helping capacity, such as social workers, support workers, nurses, doctors, coaches and those who hold a spiritual or religious role. Creative art practices can be included in the supervision process if that is helpful. I am happy to talk with you if you wish to discuss your clinical needs and the possibility of working together.

    You can email or phone for an informal conversation to explore what you are looking for.

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    Professional Registration

    I am a Member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists 'BACP' and a registered psychotherapist accredited with the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists 'UKCP', as such I abide by their code of ethics.