I am a BACP registered, psychosynthesis counsellor working in Dalston, London.
My approach is client-centered and eclectic, drawing on a number of modalities and traditions in response to each person as an individual soul with a unique life and specific needs which, I believe, deserve a tailored response. I will not try and fit you into a certain way of being or impose some psychological theory on you. We would, however, be free to explore different ways of thinking about or approaching your concerns that you might find helpful.
Psychosynthesis offers a holistic way of working, including all the parts of ourselves – mind, heart, body and possibly any spiritual beliefs or practices you may follow.
My specific area of interest is relationships, both with other people in our lives and also with ourselves. People I work with are often aware of an internal, critical part of themselves and be inclined to “beat themselves up”, even over the small stuff. Self-esteem is one of my key areas of focus, working on negative feelings such as emptiness, worthlessness, wrongness, lack of motivation and procrastination. I’m also interested in issues around gender, sexuality and the concepts of masculinity and femininity.
Naturally, as a counsellor, I’m interested in consciousness and self-awareness, including non-ordinary states of consciousness. Clients often find it fruitful to work with their dreams, symbolism, drawing, active imagination, journaling, the chakras or meditation, and we could try one or more of these if they resonate with you.
I adhere to the code of ethics and principles for approved professional practice and receive regular clinical supervision for my client work and I am professionally insured to practice.
Qualifications and Professional Associations
|Registered with the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapy and included on the BACP register of practitioners.|
|A qualified counsellor working towards an MA in Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy at the Institute of Psychosynthesis and included on the Institute register of practitioners.|
|Management committee member at The International Spiritual Emergence Network (ISEN)|
|Previously I trained in Existential Psychotherapy for two years
at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling.
|Volunteer Counsellor at the YMCA in Walthamstow.|
|Facilitated group at the KNI Foundation,
which supports families suffering bereavement.
|Student member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy|
|Training course accredited by Middlesex University|
| Member of the Association for Psychospiritual Practitioners.
Codes of Ethics and Practice