Humanistic Integrative Counsellor
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American born and raised, I bring with me a straight-talking attitude and an all-important sense of humour. My counselling training and experience takes a client first approach, underpinned by a rigorous ethical framework, and above all, confidentiality, and boundaries. I believe in the utilising a creative approach with my client work, always assessing the client’s needs.
My work is with you, the client, at its heart. Taking the step to come to counselling isn’t easy. I aim to acknowledge this with my clients and work to build a relationship that supports them in exploring, expressing, and becoming aware of the choices they have to affect the changes they would like to see. My particular interest is in transitions, and the challenges and difficulties we all face in the transitional moments of our lives. My clients can expect a consistent, supportive, and non-judgemental partner in me as we navigate their emotional needs and challenges.
I came to counselling later in life. Having grown up the daughter of one psychologist and one therapist, helping and supporting others has been part of me from the start. Originally trained as a fine artist and art historian, I bring a creative lens to my counselling work. My decision to focus my work on counselling has grown out of the fulfilment I got teaching and supporting others in fine art and creative practice.
- Existential Therapy
- Person Centered Therapy
- Play Therapy
- Sand Tray
- Transactional Analysis (TA)