About

About me


I started my psychodyamic training in 2011 and have been qualified since 2015. I have been working as a counsellor since 2013 and have over 800 clinical hours. I am a Registered member of the British Association of Psychotherapy (BACP), and as a member I am bound by their Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions and their Professional Conduct Procedure.


What can I help with?


Abuse

Age related issues

Anxiety

Bereavement

Bullying

Cancer

Depression

Disability

Family dynamics

Infertility

Loss

Relationships

Sexual abuse

Stress

Trauma

Work issues

*This list is not exclusive

 


Psychodynamic Psychotherapy


The psychodynamic approach is derived from psychoanalysis, but focuses on immediate problems to try to provide a quicker solution. It stresses the importance of the unconcious and past experiences in shaping current behaviour. A therapist will aim to build an accepting and trusting relationship, encouraging you to talk about your childhood relationships with your parents and other significant people. It also uses uses similar techniques to psychotherapy including free association and interpretation.