As an Integrative psychotherapist, I believe we all hold the power to heal ourselves but sometimes need a little help along the way. My approach is tailored towards each individual client's needs and I draw on both traditional and modern techniques to ensure we bring long-lasting changes to every aspect of your wellbeing – mental, physical, emotional, relational.
My way of working helps clients explore their patterns of relating to others and understand how these affect their own sense of self. Early attachments with our caregivers are critical to how we perceive our surroundings. A strong therapeutic relationship where you feel heard and understood can become a creative blueprint for change.
Before training as a psychotherapist, I worked as a producer in film and television, spending much of my time supporting screenwriters through the development process. I realised how vital our narratives are to the way we construct meaning and identity. As a result, many of my psychotherapy clients are writers, actors, musicians and artists wrestling with their personal or professional identities.
I also have a keen interest in systemic and psychosexual therapy, with extensive experience working with trauma, loss, relationship difficulties and issues relating to male fertility and sex.
Whether you are struggling under the weight of your past, find yourself at a critical juncture of life or feel your emotions are overwhelming, I offer a supportive and non-judgmental space where I help you reflect and work through the difficulties in your life.