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My approach...

'Integrative Psychotherapy seeks to affirm the inherent value of each individual. It is a unifying psychotherapy that responds appropriately and effectively to the person at the affective, behavioral, cognitive, and physiological levels of functioning, and addresses as well the spiritual dimension of life'

- Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy

How I work...

I work with clients on a humanistic, relational level, meaning that I value you as an individual and seek to build an ethical, non-judgmental therapeutic relationship whereby you are able to safely unravel what may be troubling you.


I am trained as an integrative psychotherapist, meaning that I utilise different therapeutic ‘tools’ to help fit your needs as an individual.

I have a keen interest in human development, neuroscience, and attachment theories, which underpin my theoretical approach.

I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adhere to their ethical framework.

As part of my BACP membership, I undertake regular supervision to ensure that my practice continues to meet the needs of my clients and that I am working ethically.

Continued professional development (CPD) is a requirement for BACP members.  I undertake regular training and seminars to further my learning and practice for the needs of my own professional development and that of my clients.

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