I offer a confidential and safe space in which to talk about whatever issues may be troubling you.
It may be that there are specific issues that you would like to discuss such as relationships, depression or anxiety. Or you may be seeking therapy to reflect on a feeling of a lack of meaning or purpose in your life.
Psychotherapy and Music Therapy provide a creative, non-judgemental, space to explore the issues that you are experiencing. I provide a therapeutic space where we can work together to foster curiosity and a deeper understanding of these difficulties, in an environment that is welcoming and reflective.
I have experience of working with people from a wide range of backgrounds, cultures and across all age groups.
“Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.”
Some of the issues that bring people to therapy include:
- Low or depressive feelings
- Feelings of anxiety or being overwhelmed by life
- Difficulties in forming sustaining and meaningful relationships
- Bereavement and loss
- Enduring mental health issues
- Learning Disability
- Sexual Abuse
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder
- Physical disability
- Issues with anger and challenging behaviour
- LGBTQ+ support
Psychotherapy is a form of in depth talking therapy where we explore patterns of behaviours and ways of relating to others which may be deeply rooted in previous experiences or memories. Exploring patterns of relating can help us to understand our internal world, and to see how this may be impacting on our current day to day lives.
Sometimes it can be hard to find a way to express ourselves in words. We may struggle to verbalise our thoughts or it may be too painful to share our feelings directly with another person. For some of us, words may not be an option.
I offer supervision of individual and group work for arts therapists, and those who would like to explore their clinical work in a creative medium. I work within a psychodynamic framework, with a particular interest in Jungian Psychology.