I am a UKCP registered therapist offering one-to-one psychodynamic psychotherapy to adults. This can be open-ended or time-limited (twelve sessions).
If you decide to embark on therapy with me you’ll be listened to attentively and with an open mind, whatever you want to bring to the privacy of a consulting room. This might be a longstanding grief, recent loss, or things you’re hesitating to even name. You could have a sense of being stuck but you don’t yet know why – this can be explored too.
I work to ensure that a client’s unique history and diversities get recognised in our sessions, whatever they may be. I am experienced in working with people from a range of cultures, sexualities, identities and backgrounds.
In psychodynamic psychotherapy we consider your thoughts and feelings, and understand how the past exerts an effect on your present. I may be able to help you observe old patterns you are maintaining that have ceased to be helpful or are causing distress and difficulties in your relationships with others.
I have a post-graduate diploma in psychodynamic theory and practice and am a registered member of the Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling (FPC).