People come to counselling and psychotherapy for a variety of different reasons and at different points in their lives.
Whilst there is often an overlap between the two, generally, counselling tends to be shorter term and focuses more on specific issues. Psychotherapy tends to be longer term, more in-depth and works with a wider variety of issues.
By building a good therapuetic relationship based on empathy and trust, I seek to create a safe space in which you can explore and resolve some of the issues in your life.
Psychosynthesis is a transpersonal approach which, whilst working with problems and issues in your life, also focuses on personal development, meaning and potential in life. Psychosynthesis also uses creative techniques such as drawing, writing, guided visualisations and dreamwork.
Please click here for further information on the different types of therapy and guidelines on choosing a therapist.
I am committed to the UKCP Ethical Principles and Code of Professional Conduct and as a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, I adhere to their Ethical Framework for good practice.