MSc Psychotherapy, Diploma Supervision, PhD Choreography
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I work as a body focused Gestalt psychotherapist. I have a holistic approach to therapy, linking mind and body, where talking, feeling, thinking and moving interweave. The here and now of the relationship forms the ground from which to reach into the past and future.
I also work as a choreographer and movement, gesture and bodywork are integrated into my practice as a psychotherapist. Our gestures and social behaviours are developed through relationship with others in the world so I tend to include a psycho-somatic focus in my work. I explore ways to support ourselves from the anxiety and fear that is provoked by living in an uncertain world.
My style of therapy is relational and creative, building a trustful, respectful alliance as the basis for working together.
I offer one to one psychotherapy and counselling, face to face and on line.
I have an MSc in psychotherapy and a diploma in supervision.
I offer one to one and group supervision for counsellors, therapists and therapists in training.
I offer supervision, face to face and on line.
Training, qualifications & experience
MSc Gestalt Psychotherapy - Middlesex University & Metanoia Institute
Diploma in supervision - Gestalt Centre London
Clinical Diploma - Metanoia Institute
PhD in Choreography - University of Surrey
MA Performing Arts - Middlesex University
I have experience in working with issues of:
- sexuality and gender.
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
I give attention to
Physical and psychological stress.
Mind and body disconnection.
Low sense of physical presence.
Concessions offered for
One to one - £60 per session
Supervision - £50 per session
I offer concessionary places for students
When I work
I work 40 weeks of the year.
I take the occasional week away from therapy, for Arts projects.
Although my main therapy room is on the first floor, I am able to work with wheelchair users on the ground floor. However, there is no bathroom on the ground floor.
I live in south east London, zone 2, close to London overground and bus services.
Closest stations: Denmark Hill and Peckham Rye. Buses: 176, 40, 185. Parking is available.