There are many different therapuetic approaches, all of which endeavour to offer support, increase understanding, and move the individual on in their life. Below is a brief overview of the different aspects of therapy:


Counselling provides support through the painful or complicated periods of life, giving you a space to sort through, and better understand the difficulties you face. It is an approach that is often used to address a specific difficulty, and this can develop into a wish to think more deeply about your way of being, and this moves into the area of psychotherapy.


Psychotherapy is an opportunity to engage in a therapeutic relationship that can bring about meaningful and embedded transformation. You may feel you want to meet more frequently to allow yourself more time to reflect on your inner world, and to have support as you think about your history and current circumstance.


Analysis is a way of exploring all aspects of your life in greater depth. You would tend to meet at a greater frequency, often 4 or 5 times a week, with the aim of discovering the parts of yourself that have been hidden, or neglected, or have not yet come into being. 

All approaches are a wonderful way of exploring who you are, and your unique way of being. By focussing on your habitual ways of reacting and giving attention to your feeling responses you will grow in self awareness and gain greater control over your choices and behaviours. Together we will look at the patterns of behaviour that may be holding you back in life, and find ways to reach for your higher potential. You may begin to make informed changes in your life, and also find a way of coming to terms with the things that you cannot change.

Depending on what brings you to therapy at this time, I offer open-ended therapy, or brief, solution focused counselling, or analysis. This is guided by your needs and desires, to explore whatever you choose to bring, for help with specific problems, general discontentment or in times of crisis.


My initial training was Integrative and my professional development led me to an intensive training with a Jungian orientation. This means meeting at a higher frequency than other approaches, and is an opportunity to explore your unique way of being in greater depth.


It is important that you find a therapist that you feel comfortable with, and our initial consultation gives us an opportunity to meet in person, and for you to outline what brings you to therapy. After this meeting if we both feel that we are well suited we will agree on our working contract - this will be to meet weekly, at a regular, agreed time. How long we work together will depend on what you want from therapy.

I look forward to hearing from you, and hope that I am able to help.