I am a UKCP Trainee Psychotherapist in the final part of my training at CCPE, London. I work creatively by understanding what interventions each client would respond to, and I also use the arts in the therapeutic process. My approach to psychotherapy is informed by an understanding of early life attachments and neurobiological processes (in the mind and body) along with transpersonal psychotherapy.
An early life attachment and neurobiological approach to psychotherapy holds the view that who we are as adults is shaped by the quality of our significant relationships – with parents and care-givers. Who we are as adults is also shaped by how we began to experience and find our place in groups such as family, school and society. Our early experiences become imprinted in the neurological and bio-chemical pathways in our brain and body. But the psyche, that is consciousness and the unconscious, has the ability to transform, to heal and to grow into who we were truly meant to be.
Training and qualifications
Certificate in Counselling Skills, Manor House Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling, London (2015)
Post-Graduate Diploma in Counselling and Pyschotherapy, Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education (CCPE), London. (2016-present)