I am a psychosynthesis counsellor in training. I provide a non-judgemental and accepting environment in which to explore your concerns and I work at developing a trusting connection between us. Psychosynthesis is an approach to counselling which emphasises our sense of meaning and purpose and our potential. We can attend to your pains and challenges as well your hopes and aspirations and I can support you to develop your relationship with yourself so that you have more
awareness and choice. In a session we may reflect on thoughts, feelings and bodily sensations and in addition to talking we may use other creative methods when this is helpful. Psychosynthesis also emphasises the spiritual dimension to healing, in a down-to-earth way.

My other experience includes being a support worker for people in recovery from addiction, a care worker for older people, and a volunteer befriender. I have also worked in academic research in health and social care.

I am training at the Psychosynthesis Trust on its Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Development – Psychosynthesis Counselling. I have also attended additional trainings, including on working with relationship diversity and working with sexual diversity. I am a student member of BACP and work
in accordance with the BACP Ethical Framework.