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My Approach

People seek counselling and therapy for many reasons, some of which are clear and apparent, such as suffering with low self-esteem, anxiety, or the impact of infidelity in a relationship. Other reasons can be harder to define, a general feeling of emptiness, feeling lost, or a sense of drifting apart from a partner.


Whether you can identify the source of your discomfort or just have a nagging sense that something doesn’t feel quite right, I offer a safe, accepting, and confidential space to explore together what may be going on for you and support you in understanding, changing, or accepting.


My approach is grounded in my training in relational Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy and influenced by research in neuroscience and developmental theory.


Transactional Analysis (TA) is a psychological theory of personality and relationships that can help make sense of our patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. It can aid the process of understanding our current and past relationships and ways of being in the world. 


I use TA to combine elements of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), when exploring troubling thoughts, feelings and behaviours, and relational psychotherapy to explore persistently painful patterns in life.


Underpinning my approach is the TA philosophy that all people are of value and, given the right circumstances, can grow and make personal changes for the better.

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