My therapeutic approach is unique in integrating expressive arts therapy, action methods, play, body based modalities, somatic psychology, and elements of the existential and analytic psychotherapeutic traditions.
It emphasises the connection between the body and the mind. It recognises the way in which the body carries memories, thoughts and feelings, and that as such it is a powerful medium for expression, understanding and change.
I am particularly interested in relational and embodied approaches to psychotherapy. These are essential aspects of working therapeutically through the expressive arts that I particularly value.
My approach is also based on role theory and explores the different roles we play in life either explicitly or implicitly, and our ability to develop and embrace new roles and narratives.
My approach is centred around an understanding of your personal and specific needs, and is non directive.