I am a B.P.C. registered Jungian Analytical Psychotherapist and offer analytic/psychodynamic supervision to Counsellors, Psychologists and Psychotherapists who work in NHS and private practice settings. I am a past member of The Jungian Training Committee of the West Midlands Institute of Psychotherapy and am an approved supervisor and Training Therapist for the B.P.C. registered Training in Jungian Analytical Psychotherapy. Details of this training can be found on www.thejungiantraining.org.uk
Clinical Experience: I have been in clinical practice for 28 years. For the first 7 years of my career I worked in an NHS Clinical Psychology Department on an Adult Primary Care Team offering counselling to individuals who had been referred by their G.P's. For a further 7 years I worked as a senior Occupational Health Counsellor, offering therapy to NHS staff and local authority workers. For 4 years I worked as a Psychotherapist for ICAP (Immigrant Counselling and Psychotherapy) in Birmingham. In this service I offered therapy to adult individuals who had suffered abuse in their childhoods whilst in the care of religious institutions in the South of Ireland. I have been in private practice since 2000 and work with adult individuals at once, twice and three times a week frequencies depending on the nature of issues being addressed.
Professional Membership: BPC (British Psychoanalytic Council) - registered Jungian Analytical Psychotherapist
Professional member of the West Midlands Institute of Psychotherapy (Birmingham)
Associate member of the Northern Ireland Institute for Human Relations
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