I believe we are creative, adaptable, fun-loving, social, loving and freedom-seeking beings, and our birthright is wellbeing and happiness – but many people have been confused, traumatised, conditioned, restricted and shut down. In these times of change, I think it is vital that we find our resilience and confidence, self belief, strength and resourcefulness. We need to think clearly and independently to make life flow.
Sometimes someone outside yourself can help you see yourself, so you can change your everyday negative thinking patterns that you accept as normal. When you can understand your old ways more clearly, then you can make new, more constructive choices. Depth psychotherapy can take you to new ways of understanding and aligning with yourself that you may never have experienced before, and from here you can discover your individual route to happiness and wellbeing.
From my experience of training psychotherapists on psychotherapy MA programmes, I have learned to formulate and clarify what I feel is the best of modern psychotherapeutic practice. It can be hard to know what approach or practitioner to choose, so choose someone you feel drawn to. All my work includes an emphasis on mindfulness, which is simply about learning how to be present and focused on what really matters to you. I bring a warm, accepting, compassionate and kind attitude, because I really see the difference this makes.
My personal, passionate interests include writing and painting, and alongside psychotherapy, I mentor writers and artists, and I teach journal writing, art and creative writing. I have developed a unique approach to journal writing to help you get the most out of psychotherapy.