Formally qualifying in Sept 2020 with a distinction as an 'Integrative Psychotherapist', I have accrued over 500 hours of clinical experience in one to one psychotherapy, working with clients on addressing a variety of issues and towards achieving their individual goals. Leading to many positive outcomes (See my testimonials).
I focusses primarily on helping clients suffering with anxiety or depression (The most common mental health conditions, that as many as 1 in 4 people unfortunately go through each year in the UK), but I also have experience working with OCD, phobias, managing chronic pain, relationship problems, work stress, bereavement, trauma, intrusive thoughts and general confidence and self-esteem building for example.
I strongly believe in the effectiveness of an 'Integrative approach'. Which is a holistic way of working that draws upon and is made up of differing theories and therapies. My practice is comprised of 'Cognitive Behavioural Therapy', 'Person centred therapy', 'Attachment Theory', 'Dialectical Behavioural Therapy' and 'Motivational Interviewing').