Welcome! There is mounting evidence that our health, and social and mental well-being have its roots in early childhood and the quality of our earliest attachment relationships.
As an attachment-based therapist, I specialise in attachment-related issues and trauma. I work with individuals and couples who are finding it hard to be at ease with themselves and engaged and alive in the world; and with individuals undertaking a therapeutic training who are seeking a warm relational experience of therapy as part of the training. I also incorporate sensorimotor psychotherapy and energy psychology to help you feel safe, connected to yourself and close to others.
Alongside this, and with 30 years of commercial and corporate experience of advising senior professionals and their organisations internationally, I have an interest in multi-cultural perspectives and I specialise in coaching individuals to improve their leadership skills. I began my career as a Chartered Civil Engineer.
Finding a therapist you can relate to and who understands your unique challenges is the first stage of your journey towards resolving them. I offer a warm, professional and confidential service. Together, we will focus on helping you strengthen your internal resources so you can create the changes that you wish to achieve for yourself.
Location: central Harpenden with free off-street parking. Regular clinics in Central London.
Abuse, Anxiety, Bereavement, Business Coaching, Cancer, Career Coaching, Child related issues, Cultural issues, Depression, Executive Coaching, General counselling, Health related issues, Identity problems, Leadership Coaching, Loss, Mental health issues, Personal Development, Post-traumatic stress, Redundancy, Relationships, Self Esteem, Self Harm, Stress, Trauma, Womens Issues, Work related issues
Attachment-based Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, The Bowlby Centre, 2012; Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling, HBPF, WPF, 2007; Diploma in Professional Studies in Psychodynamic Counselling, University of Hertfordshire, 2007; Master of Business Administration, INSEAD, The European Institute of Business Administration, 1993
Adults, Couples, Older Adults, Organisations, Young People
Long-term face-to-face work, Short-term face-to-face work