I have a vast experience offering mindfulness based psychotherapy sessions to clients of all ages, experiences and walks of life. Having trained at the Karuna Institute and Middlesex University, I hold an MA in Core Process Psychotherapy, a contemplative practice drawing on Buddhist principles and western psychology theory. I am UKCP accredited, observe and abide by their Code of Ethics.
We may approach psychotherapy for different reasons at times in our lives when we need a bit of extra support. It may be because we are feeling anxious, angry or depressed, working with past traumas, or because we want to understand more about why we feel, think or communicate in the way that we do. We are all influenced by past experiences and greater awareness of how this continues to affect us can help us accept who we really are and understand how we relate to ourselves and other important people in our lives. Core Process Psychotherapy is an holistic, embodied approach, and mind and body are understood to be profoundly interconnected. I offer a safe, heartfelt and confidential space for us to explore working together. Feel free to contact me for an initial consultation!
I have 20 years experience within the international charity sector working with people affected by deep trauma, abuse and hardships. I worked as a coach and a management trainer with clients including Oxfam, RNLI and the Metropolitan Police.