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How Can I Help?

What is therapy?


Therapy, talking therapy, psychotherapy, counselling- what's the difference?


In short, there isn't one! All aim to help the client find a way forward with difficulties and challenges they may be facing by talking about them, putting them into perspective and approaching situations differently. Psychotherapy does however, aim to go a bit deeper by seeking a greater awareness and understanding of why we think, feel and behave the way we do by looking at both the past and the present.

My approach


My approach to therapy is integrative, which means I use different techniques from a range of modalities to best focus on the issue being presented.


I also use creative methods to encourage exploration and expression, such as music, art, and imagery, because I recognise that these are all useful tools for understanding and articulating our emotions.

By using the best 'tool' in my therapeutic tool kit, I aim to tailor each session to the needs of the client and keep them at the centre of each therapeutic encounter.

My main integrations are:

  • Person-Centred Therapy, which focusses on the client and their needs rather than the problem

  • Psychodynamic Therapy, which seeks to understand the client's processes and emotions through exploring early life and family experiences

  • CBT Therapy, which looks at the relationship between thoughts and behaviours and how to change these to overcome specific problems

  • Gestalt Therapy, which focusses on increasing awareness of what is happening and being felt in the present moment

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