I am an Integrative counsellor/Psychotherapist (Registered member of the BACP) MBACP (Accre) and Psychologist specialising in family and child Psychology. The approaches that make up my therapy include Person-Centred counselling, Psychodynamics and Cognitive Behavioural therapy. I also apply Humanistic Existential/Existential Humanistic principles to my way of working. Additionally, the way in which I apply these different methods is influenced by the goals which have been set by the client. I offer a trusting, empathic, and non-judgemental relationship in which individuals can discuss their concerns safely and openly. This way of being is heavily grounded within Humanistic therapy principles. Originating from a therapeutic background in mental health and having worked in a number of services and charities, I have developed a wide experience and interest in different types of trauma, especially that of childhood trauma, including abuse of all kinds, and neglect. I have also much experience of working with individuals with addiction problems and co-occurring mental health problems.

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