As a clinical psychotherapist I place high value on remaining abreast of current thinking in mental health and providing therapy that is informed by evidence based research. I am dedicated to long term supervision along with the latest professional development training.
I am committed to conducting a therapy that is relevant to you and your specific situation and individual functioning, background, problems and strengths.
Working with a therapist creates a calm space outside the pressures of everyday life to look more carefully at yourself, your relationships and your life. Core to therapeutic work is finding new ways to think about your problem and act accordingly. Change can come about with commitment, self-responsibility and the assistance of a neutral person (therapist, counsellor).
I see psychotherapy as a collaborative process. As I get to know you and you become more familiar with the process, the therapy will take shape.
Often psychotherapy can involve a process of self-growth, recovery, development and personal evolution.